GN Thermoforming Equipment

Contact Information

Please visit: GN Thermoforming Equipment

Mailing Address:
345 Old Trunk 3
PO Box 710
Chester, NS B0J 1J0 CA

Phone: 902-275-3571
Fax: 902-275-3100

Product Categories of GN Thermoforming Equipment

  • Thermoformers more (+)
  • Thermoforming Molds

As seen in PT

  • Thermoforming News at K 2013

    New machinery and tooling developments for thermoformers debut at K.

  • K 2013 Preview: Thermoforming

    Speed, versatility, control, and cost savings are keys to new thermoforming machines for packaging and industrial applications

  • THERMOFORMING: High-Speed Robot Stacker

    GN Thermoforming Equipment, Chester, N.S., has introduced a new high-speed robotic stacker for its contact-heat, in-mold-cut thermoformers.

  • Thermoforming at NPE: Machines Raise Performance Bar

    Exhibitors at this year’s show introduced an assortment of new machines and upgraded models with designs incorporating the latest in mechanical, hydraulic, and electronic technologies.

  • Thermoforming at NPE: Less Scrap, More Power For the Buck

    Most of the developments will focus on in-line systems.

  • ‘Back to Basics’ Fuels More Innovation at Thin-Gauge Former

    Shift from private to capital ownership give Tray-Pak a boost.

  • THERMOFORMING: Roll-Fed Former with 'Low-Scrap' Tooling

    Making its U.S. debut at NPE in Orlando is the GN760 in-line forming machine from GN Thermoforming Equipment, Chester, N.S.

  • First-of-its-kind tooling technology from GN Thermoforming Equipment, Chester, N.S., provides a cost-effective way to form above and below the sheet line on GN’s contact-heat thermoformers.

  • THERMOFORMING: New Roll-Fed Systems Boost Output & Flexibility

    Continuous in-line packaging systems headed up the K 2010 thermoforming news as suppliers launched a range of roll-fed systems with greater capacity, more flexibility, and improved automation.

  • Thermoforming at NPE 2003

    There will be fewer thermoforming machines on display at NPE 2003 than at many recent NPEs.

  • Thermoforming PLA: How to Do It Right

    Polylactic acid (PLA) resins are made from 100% renewable resources such as corn, sugar beets, or sugarcane.

  • Dedicated Heater Platen Boosts Output, Quality

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: GN Thermoforming Equipment, Chester, N.S., has developed a tool-specific heater platen that is said to offer output rate increases up to 30% while improving product clarity and speeding tool changeovers.

  • WEB EXCLUSIVE: The GN DX series of contact-heat, cut-in-place thermoformers from GN Thermoforming Equipment, Chester, Nova Scotia, is a new line of servo-driven machines that provide significantly greater cutting capacity for making APET food packaging.

  • NPE 2009 Wrap-Up: New Machinery for Thermoforming

    NPE had its share of innovations in thermoforming, notably a new machine that opens the small-bottle market to thermoformers. New trim stations offer more in the way of output and versatility. And more machines are now outfitted with off-the-shelf controls to facilitate servicing. A line of formers from Australia also arrived in the U.S. (Note: additional NPE thermoforming news appeared in May and June—see Learn More box.)

  • NPE News in Thermoforming

    For thermoforming of both heavy-gauge sheet and thin-gauge packaging, the show will present new machines with unusual flexibility, able to form a wide variety of products and materials.

  • What's New at the Show in THERMOFORMING

    Continuous in-line packaging systems will be the main emphasis in thermoforming at K 2007.

  • Thermoforming: Ready for In-Mold Labeling?

    After several fits and starts over the last decade, thermoforming IML appears ready for prime time, thanks to improvements in output and labeling technology. For now, the action is mostly in European packaging.

  • Dual-Mold Former Is Adapted for PP

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  • What to See at NPE 2006: Thermoforming

    Like many other NPE exhibitors, thermoforming equipment suppliers are taking less machinery to this year’s Chicago event.

  • K 2004 News Preview: Thermoforming

    Thermoforming innovations at K 2004 include several new trim-in-place units for packaging, the first in-line packaging system with an infrared scanner that automatically adjusts oven temperatures. and improved halogen heating that works better with preprinted sheet.High-speed packagingIllig of Germany will introduce the RDK 80, a high-speed automatic trim-in-place pressure former whose advanced servomotor control is said to allow very precise setting of variable platen strokes and speeds.

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