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K 2016 Blow Molding: A Host of New Machines Take on Challenging Shapes
￼From very small to very large, from hotel amenity bottles to automotive jounce bumpers, new and upgraded machines tackle difficult jobs while improving productivity, quality, and energy efficiency.
K 2016 Preview: Blow Molding
Looking for speed and energy efficiency? Take your pick of new all-electric, hybrid, and servo-hydraulic machines.
Blow Molding News at K 2013
All-electric machines of all types were the stars of the show, but there were a number of other noteworthy developments.
BLOW MOLDING: Injection-Blow Machine for Commodity Resins
New CR Series of injection-blow molding machines from Jomar Corp., Pleasantville, N.J., is designed for processing commodity resins like HDPE, LDPE, PP, and PS for producing dropper, roll-on, pharmaceutical, and healthcare bottles.
K 2010 Preview, Blow Molding New Machines Promise More Output with Less ‘Juice’
Higher throughputs and greater energy efficiency will be two big themes in blow molding at next month’s K 2010 show.
Industry’s Largest Injection-Blow Unit
Jomar Corp., Pleasantville, N.J., is introducing what’s said to be the industry’s largest injection-blow machine.
K 2004 News Preview: Blow Molding
One of the most interesting innovations in blow molding at K 2004 will be a top-and-bottom blowing system that is said to double bottle output.
NPE 2000 News Wrap-Up: Blow Molding
The latest introductions in extrusion blow molding focused on faster color changeovers, higher bottle production, and integration with form-and-fill operations.
Blow Molding - Higher Output Vies With Flexibility
The emphasis in blow molding equipment introductions at NPE 2003 is on higher output capability and greater versatility to take on emerging markets.
Blow Molding (K 2001 Preview)
One cluster of blow molding innovations on display at K 2001 will address the need for more versatile single-stage injection stretch-blow molding (ISBM) machines. A thirst for energy savings underlies plans to launch all-electric units for PET and HDPE containers. Also in the limelight are advances in large-part technical blow molding.