Ritus Corporation has always focused on being a strategic partner. Recent additions to our engineering team and improvements to our equipment and automation line is adding value through stronger project management and superior manufacturing. 

Ritus Builds Engineering Workforce and Expands Equipment, Technology, and Automation

Today’s manufacturing environment drives demand for better engineering and optimized production methods.  Ritus Corporation has always focused on being a strategic partner through value-added Project Management and superior methods in manufacturing.

Over the last few years we’ve built out our engineering team, added new software technology, and invested in cutting edge equipment and systems. Our goal is to ensure our customers get consistent, quality parts they can rely on.

Project Management

Predictive-molding software identifies tool cavity issues

Ritus Engineers use an advanced software program that assists with validating a mold design prior to cutting steel. This step provides predictive analysis of the material compound as it fills either a rubber or plastics tool cavity.

See How Material Fills Mold Cavity in Predictive Software Program

Pre-ship structural test of cold-side air duct

Ritus houses over 30 pieces of laboratory and testing equipment to measure the performance of material compounds, the structural integrity of parts in production, and validation of design metrics.

See Pressure Testing Equipment Used in Cold-Side Air Duct

Printer-generated, fully functioning, 3-dimensional prototype parts

Ritus’ test-lab has state-of-the-art, multi-material 3D printers, offering clients the ability to review and handle parts prior to releasing an expensive tooling order.


Automation equipment improves safety, delivery-time, and reduces costs

Ritus has added twelve REP and five Desma rubber presses, along with two Toshiba plastics presses to our inventory, adding to the over 150 pieces of molding equipment that range in scale from 10 to 565 tons.  Our production line includes five fully-automated plastic molding presses and before the end of 2018 we will add semi-automation modules to many pieces of existing equipment. Finally, our plants house over seventy pieces of secondary equipment for trimming, deflashing, parts inspection, chemical priming, die-cutting, drying and more.

See Closed-Loop Production & Boxing Automation

See Automation of  Assembly of Plastic Lenses Inserted Into Housings

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