About Ryan Taylor

Ryan Taylor joined the Albright Technologies team in September of 2014. Previously, he worked in the plastics and rubber industries for 7 years in multiple sales, marketing and management roles. Ryan received a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Clark University in 2009. At Albright, Ryan works to increase business development through multiple marketing channels and networking within the industries that the company serves. In his spare time outside of work, Ryan enjoys skiing, driving and travelling.

  PRESS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Albright Technologies Introduces Silicone Injection Molding for Prototypes and Low Volume Production Leominster, MA – May 18th, 2015: Albright Technologies is pleased to announce the introduction of liquid silicone injection molding services for prototype and low volume production purposes. The addition of this product offering will enhance the company’s capabilities…

Albright Technologies has added silicone injection molding tooling and services to its product lineup. As a rapid silicone prototyper, Albright has always employed the latest technology to provide its customers with high quality silicone parts with short lead times. Liquid silicone injection molding became a suitable product offering as we expanded our offerings to better…

  PRESS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Albright Technologies Announces Organizational Restructuring Leominster, Massachusetts – April 10, 2014: Albright Technologies, a leading provider of silicone prototyping and low-volume production molding solutions, announced today a restructuring of its organization following a comprehensive evaluation of its workforce. The restructuring will pose the company to be better suited to the needs…

  PRESS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Albright Technologies Launches New Website Leominster, MA – March 13th, 2015: Albright Technologies is pleased to announce the launch of its new website Albright1.com. The website was designed utilizing the latest WordPress technology to create a site that is compatible with today’s popular browsers and mobile devices to enhance the…

    Every part design poses the same initial question, “what is my design intent?” There are many decisions to be made when designing a silicone part. Have you considered the following questions before finalizing your part design or requesting a quote?   Material Is your material compatible with the part’s intended function? Different grades…

  There are many benefits to designing molds made of aluminum including, cost, supply and physical properties. Here are a few reasons why aluminum is a viable material for mold tooling:   Processing Aluminum has become more efficient through the use of standardized blocks for mold tooling. Aluminum allows for rapid cutting and finishing because…

Join Christi, David and Ryan in Boston, Massachusetts this May at the BIOMEDevice Trade Show! The show is located at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center at 415 Summer Street in Boston. Albright is located in Booth 700. The exhibition hall schedule is as follows: Wednesday, May 6th, 2015                  10 AM to 4 PM Thursday,…

  Check out our latest video and take a virtual tour of Albright, while learning about the company’s manufacturing offerings. The video covers many of Albright’s in-house capabilities, including: • Full silicone material selection from major silicone suppliers: LSR, HCR, RTV, HTV • Prototyping AND Production • ISO 13485 certified • ISO 7 Clean Room,…

Implantable silicone materials can be loaded with Barium (BaSO4) for future radiological detection purposes. Both restricted (29 days or less) and unrestricted (29 days and beyond) silicone materials can be loaded with BaSO4. This allows for the silicone part to be detected in future X-Rays and CT Scans. Typically, the silicone material is loaded with…

Many Inventors, Engineers and Project Managers believe that injection molding is the best solution for their molded silicone products. However, this is not always the case due to the many variables and constraints of manufacturing silicone parts. First and foremost, anticipated volume is always a true concern. If you only need to mold 1 to…

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