Genesis Plastics Welding Welcomes Bryce Dimit to Engineering Team

Genesis Plastics Welding, Bryce Dimit



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Genesis Plastics Welding, Inc., a radio frequency welding contract manufacturer and trusted innovator in the plastics welding industry announced today the hire of Bryce Dimit as engineer.

“Bryce is a perfect addition to our growing team,” says Tom Ryder, president and CEO of Genesis Plastics Welding. “As a recent biomedical engineering graduate, he brings a fresh innovative perspective to our organization.”

Dimit, who is currently working on his Green Belt Six Sigma certification with Genesis, joins the team with exciting co-op intern experience with InHealth Technologies. He is a graduate of University of Cincinnati and loves watching Cleveland sports. At Genesis, you will find him diving into various research and development projects and keeping a tab on timelines in order to bring engineering projects to commercialization.

About Genesis Plastics Welding:                                                                                             

Genesis Plastics Welding is an ISO 13485:2003 certified contract manufacturer providing radio frequency (RF) welding and heat sealing applications of plastic products for military, medical and other industries. Genesis’ proprietary heat sealing technology, ecoGenesis™, allows RF plastics welding of very thin gauge (down to 0.001 inch) polyethylene, polypropylene and low-loss polymers and can facilitate polyvinylchloride (PVC) and polyurethane (PU) replacement with phthalate-free plastics. For more information visit


RF Welding Expert in Minneapolis

Looking for an RF welding expert in Minneapolis? November 8 -9, 2017 you’ll be able to find the Genesis Plastics Welding team at the region’s largest Medtech event – MD&M Minneapolis!

MedTech Hot Spot

Minneapolis and surrounding is a flourishing hot spot for Medtech innovation and emerging medical technologies. Rated No. 3 in CNBC’s America’s Top States for Business and with over 750 health and life sciences companies calling it home, Minnesota is a global epicenter for Medtech innovation and commercialization.

We can’t wait to hear insights from this year’s keynote speaker – celebrated cardiologist, Dr. Eric Topol! A professor of genomics at The Scripps Research Institute, and the founder and director of The Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI), Topol is a digital health pioneer and one of the influential physicians in the United States.

MD&M Minneapolis contains six shows on one expo floor! It’s the full spectrum of solutions for advanced medical device manufacturing and design. You’ll find MD&M Minneapolis, Minn Pack, Design & Manufacturing, Automation Technology, Plastec Minneapolis and ESC. An interactive, informative and engaging end-to-end experience featuring a full spectrum of solutions.

Let’s Chat RF Welding

You’ll find Genesis’ Tom Ryder, Jason Spoolstra and Michael Finley in booth 2215 ready to chat RF welding and ISO 13485 medical device contract manufacturing. Check out the expo schedule, speakers and interactive opportunities here.
We’re thrilled to be back in Minneapolis. Will we see you there?

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Indiana Manufacturing Jobs

A career in manufacturing is much more than just a job. The modern manufacturing floor is leaps and bounds from the manufacturing floor of the 70s and 80s. It’s buzzing with innovation, technology and automation. It’s the home of Advanced Manufacturing.

Unfortunately, many of today’s manufacturing jobs are going unfilled due to a large skills gap. Older workers are growing close to retirement, and today’s high school graduates have their eyes on four-year degrees. Economists note the growing tradespeople shortage as the middle skills gap. Manufacturers are seeing this gap as a huge opportunity to be a training ground for great industry jobs!

Did you know there are 30 million jobs in the United States that offer quality pay with benefits that do not require a bachelor’s degree? Three million (and growing) of those jobs are going unfilled each year, while more and more students leave college with mountains of student loan debt and no position within their field of study in sight.

Just like Mike Rowe notes, a four-year degree is not the only path to success. Why not take a step today on a path where jobs exist in abundance, lessen the middle skills gap and challenge the persistent belief that a four-year degree is the path for all? Go ahead be the trailblazer you know is inside you.

Join the Genesis Plastics Welding Team

We’re currently searching for outstanding individuals to join our team as production operators.

Interested in a manufacturing career with Genesis? Visit us our careers section and apply online.

Check out the top 5 reasons, our production team loves working at Genesis Plastics Welding:

1. We produce life-saving medical devices.
2. It’s like family here.
3. As 1st shift, we get our evenings and weekends off.
4. Paid vacation and holidays.
5. Great insurance benefits.

Learn more about how the U.S. is shifting gears by highlighting rewarding careers for tradespeople and working diligently to close the middle skills gap: After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more tradespeople.


Third Annual Fortville Pay It Forward Yard Sale

Our third annual Pay It Forward Yard Sale is in the books! Once again the community we are honored to work within left us in awe of their generosity. Read more about the results of the sale via an article from the Fortville-McCordsville Reporter.

[In the News] Annual Community Yard Sale Gives Ten West Theater a Boost

The third annual Genesis Plastics Welding Pay It Forward Yard Sale took place Saturday, August 12, 2017, and the results proved again the premise is a successful one: people coming together to run a rummage sale can raise a sizeable sum for a good cause.

This year, that sum was $1558 and the cause was Ten West Center for the Arts.

“The funds are going in part to help repair a section of roof that raccoons severely damaged earlier this summer,” Ten West Event Coordinator Andrew Okerson wrote in an email to the Fortville-McCordsville Reporter. “Some will also go to the theater program to help get the next show going.”

“We are blown away by such a generous donation. And it is even more special knowing that this one check came from countless members of the community donating and purchasing at the pay-it-forward yard sale,” said Okerson.

Genesis Plastics Welding President and CEO, Tom Ryder, who wrote in an email that the Genesis Plastics Welding team enjoys giving back to the community “in such a fun way” and he, too, is amazed at the event’s impact.

“Even though this was our third year for the Pay-It-Forward Yard Sale, it still amazes me how much good can come from donating and purchasing at a Saturday yard sale. Numerous members of the community, Main Street vendors, our employees, family, and friends all come together to make this event possible and support a local non-profit.”

“I’m pleased that this year’s benefiting charity was Ten West Center for the Arts. Their youth programs have a tremendously positive effect within Fortville and Central Indiana,” said Ryder.



Genesis Plastics Welding Heads to Medical Fluid Bags 2017

Tom Ryder, Genesis Plastics Welding

We’re passionate about innovation and keeping up on the latest developments and advancements within Medtech. The energy spurs our team onward in our collaborative efforts to help global OEMs take their RF heat sealed medical devices to commercialization.

We’re pleased to be a part of a new international conference landing in Woburn, MA October 12 – 13, 2017 – Medical Fluid Bags 2017! The conference will focus on the on-going advancements in design and production of polymer bags and pouches for fluid containment in a diverse range of medical applications, such as blood bags, intravenous bags, collection bags, irrigation bags, drain bags and mixing pouches.

Medical Fluid Bags Conference Topics Will Include:

  • Design Trends
  • Market Opportunities
  • Films
  • Additive Options
  • Film Calendaring
  • Extrusion Technologies
  • Bag Production Techniques
  • Product Testing
  • Compliance

Advances in Medical Fluid Bag Production Technologies

Genesis Plastics Welding President and CEO Tom Ryder is pleased to be presenting at the conference and helping to explore ways to optimize the production of medical fluid bags. He is speaking within session five of the conference on advances in production technologies. Look for his presentation titled Optimizing the RF Welding of Specialty Bags Taking Account of Key Components. He’ll dive into film and connection considerations when developing a specialty fluid bag and offer development suggestions to aid in the research, prototype and validation stages.

The Genesis team also will be exhibiting at the conference, so make sure to stop and say hello. Catching up with industry peers and meeting new faces is one of our favorite things.

Find out more about the conference here and download the event program guide.

See you in October!

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