Company Profile Biography

About Polybridge Training

Established in 1991, Polybridge Training has built a worldwide reputation delivering Injection Moulding Training and Technical Support.

We provide scheduled and customer specific training courses in the UK, Ireland, Europe and Asia.

Scheduled courses take place in the UK, covering Process related Product & mould design issues.

Our objective being to ensure candidates fully understand and benefit from a thorough appreciation  Injection Moulding in relation design and manufacture.

The majority of our time is spent working in close collaboration with customers to create bespoke training packages. They can be delivered on or off-site and target resources for maximum effect.

This has on many occasions led directly to our technical support consultancy services, using our experience to assist with new and existing projects, providing customers with a practical  “hands on”  approach where appropriate.

This flexible, customer led approach has helped build our reputation over may years and we look forward to many more new and satisfied customers.

David Jeavons, proprietor of Polybridge Training Ltd, has spent his whole working life in the Injection Moulding Industry. 

Upon leaving engineering college in 1969 he served a 4yr indentured apprenticeship with GKN Sankey's Plastic Division, which was then one of Europes technology leaders, using robotic take out devices (Unimate) and developing thermosetting technologies as well as structural foam techniques (TSG).  On completion of this apprenticeship his career moved to materials technology, primarily thermoset resins & polyether foams.

1979 saw a move to the Rubber and Plastics Research Association (RAPRA) as an Experimental officer with responsibility for injection moulding.

 Activities during this time were the utilisation of their Netstal SyCaP and Hunkar equiped Stubbe machines with respect heat transfer investigations. This role also involved casting of aluminium protoype mouldsby the "Wheeldon" casting process, as well as other methods such as metal spray shell cavities. 

After a period with 2 well known trade moulders he worked on behalf of The Ford Motor Company during the introduction in SPC througout their organisation & their suppliers. 

The late 1980's saw him as part of the PPITB as a technical instructor, moving to become Technical Manager with NETSTAL UK Ltd, eventually leading to the foundation of Polybridge in 1991.

Since 1995 he has been closely involved with ENGEL UK Ltd, providing training and technical support on their behalf. In this 21st collaborative year there is no slowdown in the involvement after the introduction of the lastest CC300 control system.

Formed in 1991 Polybridge Training Ltd has built a reputation for customer specific, bespoke training worldwide.