A provider of contract manufacturing, development and engineering of radio frequency (RF) welded products, Genesis Plastics Welding is pleased to announce the addition of Andrew Kaucher as a product and process development engineer to assist clients in the R&D process. Prior to joining Genesis, Kaucher worked as a process engineer for medical device manufacturer Cook Biotech.
“With our recent ISO 13485:2003 certification, Genesis Plastics Welding is extending its reach even deeper into both medical device manufacturing as well as concept-to-commercialization production,” says Tom Ryder, CEO and president of Genesis Plastics Welding. “Andrew’s experience will be a great asset to our clients as we accommodate increasing demand for our RF plastics welding services across numerous segments, especially medical device manufacturing.”
Kaucher received a Master’s of Science in Technology from Purdue University in 2010, providing him with the knowledge base to assess data and create meaningful product analysis for Genesis’ clients. After graduating from Purdue, he worked as a plant engineer for Scepter, Inc. in Seneca Falls, NY.
Kaucher completed his undergraduate work at Purdue, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering in 2006. He is a fan of the Purdue Boilermakers and also enjoys spending time with his family, cycling and outdoor activities
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. Products include military helmet pad systems, blood pressure cuffs, inflatable bladders, hot and cold therapy devices, compression therapy sleeves, disposable heating blankets and drainage bags. 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 facilitatepolyvinylchloride (PVC) and polyurethane (PU) replacement with phthalate-free plastics.