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The design for the first road-ready 3D-printed car.
In its entry into the only international competition for excellence in aircraft interior innovation, SABIC wins award.
Relive NPE2015 through photos taken by the Plastics Technology staff.
Sabic is expanding the company’s application development focus in additive manufacturing technology.
Micro parts are a tiny but fast-growing segment of its custom molding business, with potential to expand beyond the medical sector.
Check out these three interesting finalists of the 2014 SPE Automotive Innovation Awards within the interior applications category.
Surging demand plus plant maintenance downtime leaves processors scrambling--and perhaps looking for substitutes.
With SABIC's Ultem PEI supply tightness expected to continue, RTP is hosting a webinar to discuss alternative compounds it is offering.
"15 Years of Transparency", a new film by Kartell features some of the most iconic furniture pieces in the design industry made with Lexan PC.
Making a comeback after 14 years.
SABIC now offers three new PC resin and sheet produces for railcar interiors.
Advanced PC glazing used to reduce weight of rear window of Ford's multimaterial concept car.
Specialty blends such as chemically-resistant Emerge PC/PET used for medical device housings, as well as other higher-margin compounds for lighting, electronics and automotive, are Styron's new focus in North America.
Big application for new film is touch screens to speed response times.
At recent Plastec West show, material suppliers introduced grades that can withstand more and more varied sterilizations and/or materials that utilize specialty additives to impart antimicrobial properties.
The high-diffusion Lexan PC enables the injection-blow molding of the Infinia LED bulb resulting in a bulb with omnidirectional evenly dispersed light.
That’s how Jon Hamilton, a reporter at National Public Radio’s (NPR) science desk, began his story this week on a new report by government scientists published in the journal Toxicological Sciences, which concludes what many reports on bisphenol A (BPA) already have.
Developments in materials have helped pave the way for processors to make ‘real world’ parts from what is collectively known as 3D printing. Here’s a comprehensive review of the materials available.
There was no shortage of interesting materials developments at K 2013, in particular high-performance engineering thermoplastics and thermoplastic composites—much of them geared to automotive/transportation.
Next-generation LSR will bond to additional engineering thermoplastics.