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Published: 1/27/2015
INJECTION MOLDING: New High-Speed Hybrid Machine And Novel Robot at NPE

Look for everything from automotive hybrid composites to medical in-mold assembly.

Published: 1/27/2015
INJECTION MOLDING: Six Wittmann Molding Cells And New Robots in Orlando

From micromolding to 650-ton presses will be operating with robots, IML, LSR, Varioutherm, foam, and two-shot molding.

Published: 7/21/2014
INJECTION MOLDING: Larger ‘Stuffer Box’ for LSR Prototyping, Micromolding

Feeding device for small amounts of premixed LSR as a single component.

Published: 4/25/2014
MATERIALS: Coolant-Resistant LSR for Engine Gaskets

LSR gains a place in automotive cooling systems.

Published: 1/9/2014
MATERIALS: LSR Sticks to More Thermoplastics

Next-generation LSR will bond to additional engineering thermoplastics.

Published: 3/1/2013
MATERIALS: Fully Fluorinated LSR is a First for Medical Implants

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Liquid fluorosilicone elastomers are used for injection molding medical parts with higher chemical resistance than ordinary LSR.

Published: 9/4/2012
MATERIALS: LSR Grades for Baby Care

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two new liquid silicone rubber (LSR) grades for fast production of soft yet bite-resistant silicone pacifiers and bottle nipples were recently launched by Germany’s Wacker Chemie (U.S. office in Adrian, Mich.).

Published: 11/22/2011
MATERIALS: New LSRs for Automotive & Electronics

At the recent Fakuma 2011 show in Germany, Momentive Performance Materials Inc., Albany, N.Y., introduced three new LSR systems.

Published: 10/31/2011
MATERIALS: New LSRs for Automotive & Electronics

WEB EXCLUSIVE: At the recent Fakuma 2011 show in Germany, Momentive Performance Materials Inc., Albany, N.Y., introduced three new LSR systems.

Published: 10/4/2011
MATERIALS: Biocompatible LSR for Radiation Sterilization

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Injection molding biocompatible silicone valves whose slits won’t close up or “heal” during radiation sterilization is possible with new Silpuran 6610/40 LSR from Wacker Chemical, Adrian, Mich.

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