Molded Dimensions is Essential Business: Open and Shipping Product.

The Coronavirus situation continues to change daily. Here are the updates from Molded Dimensions.

1) Employees: We are initiating work from home for positions where this is possible. Our manufacturing employees, and other essential staff, in Wisconsin continue to report for work and production continues as normal. In addition to regular workplace sanitizing, we continue to provide ways to social distance ourselves and reduce cross-contamination between departments and facilities.

2) Raw Material Supply: We continue to monitor our supply base to assure our raw material stock is available to provide uninterrupted supply for our customers.

3) Production Commitment: Our manufacturing employees are considered "Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers." We do not plan to shut down manufacturing and shipping unless required to do so by governmental restrictions.

Best regards,
Patrick Roddy
VP Sales
(262) 284-9455
(262) 284-9455

Annual Investment Summary

June 10, 2022

It’s been said that the most dangerous phrase uttered in the business world is “We’ve always done it this way.” The alternative approach of searching for and investing in ways to improve your products, people and practices has proved time and again to be a more successful path. We have chosen this route and thus the past 12 months have seen lots of change, growth and investments for Molded Dimensions and the Molded Dimensions Group. We thought it’d be worthwhile to highlight just a few of these investments.
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A World Series of Unfortunate Events

April 1, 2022

Manufacturers Battling Multiple Foes

There is no lack for challenges facing the manufacturing industry. Molded Dimensions works with customers to face these challenges head-on, though the mission sometimes feels a bit overwhelming. Since it’s Spring, let’s look to baseball for some historical perspective.
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Molded Dimensions in 2022: A conversation with CEO Brian Sprinkman

March 1, 2022

“People, infrastructure and products are the keys to the success of Molded Dimensions,” said Brian Sprinkman in 2021. That continues to be the case as the company added employees and achieved record production volume last year. In the past four months, Molded Dimensions acquired two companies, further expanding its manufacturing capabilities and reach.

Here’s a reflection with Brian Sprinkman.
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Starting Young for a Career in Manufacturing

March 6, 2019

The average age for someone working the manufacturing sector in the US is over 45 years old. This is more than 3 years older than the average for all other sectors and the gap is widening over time. What does this mean for young people? It means there has never been a better time to start a career in manufacturing. As people retire there will be a need to fill those employee’s shoes at an increasing rate, creating opportunity for those who want to take it. With an average salary of nearly $60,000, a manufacturing career can be a great long term, family sustaining, way to make a living.

Molded Dimensions is committed to continually advancing the positive message of manufacturing. Each year we host students from our local high school on Manufacturing Day, and we take part in all our area job fairs and round tables. We also are proud to be able to donate funds to the Port Washington High School tech education group to help them get the equipment they need to teach their students. Partnering with many other manufacturing companies in our area, the high school was able to secure a grant and buy several lathes, mills and a router. We are excited to see what these students will create with their new equipment, and to see the pride they feel when they make something real and tangible. We hope that they also see what a future in manufacturing might be like, and that fuels them to consider it as a career path.

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Molded Dimensions: Where Great People Choose to Work

January 21, 2019

Originally appeared in Inside Rubber Magazine, January 2019

Molded Dimensions LLC has been in business since 1954. The company moved to Port Washington, Wisconsin, in 1973, where it has grown into a 100+-employee, three- shift facility with four separate divisions: rubber, cast urethane, moldmaking and strategic sourcing. President Mike and CEO Linda Katz purchased the business in 2001, and its project base focuses on low- to medium-volume custom manufacturing. This niche serves Molded Dimensions well, keeping its customer portfolio diversified and ensuring a continuous stream of interesting technical projects.

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Pentathane Applications - Wipers Wiper used to material handling in food processing equipment. This material is both FDA approvable and abrasion resistant for durability.
Pentathane Applications - Wheels Pentathane® chemically bonded directly onto precision sealed bearing molded to tight concentricity specifications.
Elastomer Applications - Hose Hose configured for limited space in marine engine application.
Elastomer Applications - Tube Oil resistant molded tube used on combustion engine.