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Published: 10/9/2014
MATERIALS: Recycle-Content Nylon Compounds For Automotive, More

TeknorApex is offering new injection molding nylon 6 and 66 compounds that combine economy and performance.

Published: 9/28/2014
MATERIALS: Recycle Content Nylon Compounds For Automotive And More

Teknor Apex is offering new injection molding nylon 6 and 66 compounds that combine economy and performance.

Published: 9/28/2014
ADDITIVES: Catalyst Acts As Compatibilizer For Dissimilar Polymers

Kenrich Petrochemical's titanium/mixed-metal catalyst masterbatch regenerates PCR to virgin-like properties and more.

Published: 9/23/2014
MATERIALS: High-Heat & Thermally Conductive Nylon

Aimed at automotive underhood components.

Published: 9/7/2014
MATERIALS: Purging Compound For Use In A Broad Range Of Applications

Shuman Plastics' newest Dyna-Purge purging compound can be used in injection, extrusion, compounding, and blow molding applications.

Published: 7/25/2014
APPLICATION: Extrudable PC Used In Shell Of New Luggage

Bayer's extrudable PC produces lightweight, hard-shell suitcases.

Published: 7/24/2014
MATERIALS: Detectable Compounds For Food, Drug And Cosmetic Industries

Techmer PM's compounding division expands its portfolio of detectable resins.

Published: 7/22/2014
MATERIALS: Injection-Moldable Thermoplastic Composites Boast To Be Strongest Yet

Piper Plastics' new thermoplastic composites are said to bridge the gap between standard reinforced thermoplastic compounds and pre-preg lay-up composites.

Published: 7/21/2014
MATERIALS: Long-Glass and Heat-Conductive PPS

Automotive compounds for structural uses and electric-motor heat sinks.

Published: 5/29/2014
MATERIALS: High-Stiffness PEEK for Structural Applications

Solvay's new PEEK uses proprietary additive and compounding technology that gives it 50% greater modulus/stiffness than neat PEEK.

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