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PUBLISHED: 9/1/2008

Dyeing System Colors Sheet or Film

Instead of extruding a colored cap layer onto sheet, profiles, or film, certain clear and opaque polymers can be dyed in a water bath, infusing color about 0.01 in. into the polymer and using a fraction as much colorant as would be used in melt comp...

PUBLISHED: 9/1/2008

Heavy-Duty Flatbed Screen Printer

A new heavy-duty flatbed screen printer is said to allow easy decoration of nameplates, promotional products, panels, signs and other items up to 5 in. high.

PUBLISHED: 7/1/2008

Energy-Efficient Labeler For Large Containers

A new front/back bottle labeler has an energy-saving feature for 5-gal containers that require a 12-min cool-down before labeling.

PUBLISHED: 6/1/2008

Novel Electrostatic Charging Monitor

WEB EXCLUSIVE Using patent-pending technology, a new monitor reportedly provides a visual display of operating conditions of an ionizer.

PUBLISHED: 6/1/2008

Plasma Surface Treater Has Greater Capacity

WEB EXCLUSIVE Lectro Engineering Co., St.

PUBLISHED: 5/1/2008

UV Laser Marker For Wire and Cable

A new UV laser wire and cable marking machine is said to be particularly suited to aerospace, automotive, and electronics parts.

PUBLISHED: 5/1/2008

Take Total Control of Web Static

WEB EXCLUSIVE A novel static-control system that features a newly designed narrow-web profile static bar and microprocessor-controlled and monitored power supply is said to put users in “total control” of static electricity.

PUBLISHED: 5/1/2008

Static Eliminator for Wide Surfaces

The new 48-in.

PUBLISHED: 5/1/2008

Chrome-Finished Film Stays Bright After Forming

Soliant LLC in Lancaster, S.C., a maker of paint-replacement films for in-mold decorating, has been winning awards for its “bright film” technology, which looks like chrome, since the film was introduced three years ago.

PUBLISHED: 4/1/2008

PC Film Meets IMD Needs in Electronics

A new thermoformable polycarbonate film from SABIC Innovative Plastics, Pittsfield, Mass., boasts a 1H pencil hardness rating, easy formability, and high impact resistance for insert-molded graphics in portable electronics.

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