Let’s talk about RAM Technologies’ molding capabilities with our hydraulic presses.
(Congrats to the 3 of you who got the Fantasy Island reference)
This is an area of expertise that drives our competitors nuts. So we will be purposefully vague as to how the magic happens. I mean, does KFC or Coke post their flavor formulas for the world to see? No, they don’t.
But let’s just say the process might involve heating, three dimensional shaping, and a series of incantations by dark elves from Middle Earth. And when it’s all said and done, out come pristine parts that are cut and shaped precisely as our clients want them. You know how many parts – of the tens of thousands that went through this process and out our doors in 2016 – were rejected by our clients as bad or discrepant? Zero. Zero, my friends.
So, yeah. We’re pretty freaking good at this.
If you have a foam and fabric part that requires this kind of sophistication, why not come straight to the company that’s done it the longest and does it the best?
Probably some dude in a cheese factory whose job it is to cut it.
But let’s talk about who cut the foam.
Here at RAM Technologies we have an endless variety of ways to cut foam.
You need simple patterns? Our phalanx of clicker presses stand ready to serve you with die cutting excellence.
You need fancy patterns? We can help you out with our 5-axis waterjet.
Just need split sheets? No problem, we have the best skiving machines available on the planet. Incredibly rugged and accurate, our machines – we often joke – will be here long after we’re all dead from the zombie apocalypse.
So if you need a bunch of foam cut, call us. If you need a bunch of cheese cut, call the cheese factory dude. Or at least open a window.
What? No, not the next Star Wars movie.
Huh? No, not the next iPhone.
Geez, pay attention for a minute.
It’s the new and improved RAM Technologies website, duh!
Although our recently remodeled front offices feature a vintage industrial vibe, we figured a vintage website is not where it’s at. Horribly designed websites certainly have their place (kudos to these guys who are so bad that they’ve almost made it full circle back to awesome), but not at RAM. We got under the hood, tweaked the flux capacitor, hoisted the mizzen mast, called for backup, etc and now…voila! New website!
So here it is. Poke around. Check out all the pages and menus. Or, if you prefer the vintage lingo: please surf our interwebs.
You’ll benefit the most from our site if you happen to have need of the Best Custom Foam Fabricator on God’s Green Earth (TM pending…maybe).
If you need us, we’re just a phone call or a couple clicks away.