Please visit: American Kuhne
Part of Graham Engineering Corporation
401 Main Street
Ashaway, RI 02804 US
The preferred provider of engineered solutions for plastic, rubber & silicone extrusion™
Custom is our standard™
Specialized in solving customer challenges, American Kuhne (AK) is the preferred provider of engineered solutions for plastic, rubber & silicone extrusion. AK solutions comprise standard and custom single screw extruders, feed screws, extrusion systems & specialized turnkey systems for medical tubing, laboratory, narrow web, wire, cable, pipe, tubing & profile systems. Beginning with the customer’s application & applying decades of processing expertise along with in-house screw design, each AK solution is designed to meet exacting specifications. It is then manufactured & tested by an experienced team of professionals & supported throughout its life with parts & service.
Large-scale additive manufacturing is disrupting the (already disruptive) 3D printing field.
Medical Murray has developed innovative catheter technologies by working with its customers and down its supply chain.
Valley Extrusions carves niche in tight-tolerance, short-run tubing and profiles.
Testing included initial validation of patent-pending MeltShape Technology, a new technique for enhanced control of layer shape and improved bonding between layers.
Big Area Additive Manufacturing, or BAAM, is attracting entrepreneurs and machinery developers.
Extrusion processors need more—of everything—to compete. And suppliers responded in force in Orlando.
As in speed, power, quality, flexibility, layers, and efficiency. Those are the trends across all extrusion processes.
Kuhne adds pulling, cutting and conveying units.
Extrusion processors no longer need to chose among speed, quality, and flexibility, based on exhibits at K 2013.
American Kuhne's 16-mm micro extruder is designed to process fluoropolymers for miniature medical devices.
Across all extrusion technologies, expect to see new standards in speed, quality, flexibility, and efficiency in both energy and material usage.
Machine building to move to York, Pa.
Designed for medical tubing, the Modular Micro Extruder from American Kuhne, Ashaway, R.I.,provides the versatility to quickly and easily change barrel and screw diameters and feed-section configurations.
The Graham Group, York, Pa., last month announced it had bought controlling interest in American Kuhne (AK), the Ashaway, R.I.-based manufacturer of extruders, screws, and integrated extrusion systems.
New Backdraft extruder from American Kuhne, Ashaway, R.I., has a reverse-air cooling system suited especially to blown film that removes heat and undesireable air currents from the extrusion area for optimum bubble stability while also improving energy efficiency.
Blown film towers may have been scarce, but there was no shortage of new technology aimed at helping to make extrusion processors more profitable.
A new coextrusion line from American Kuhne, Ashaway, R.I., features one 12-mm and two 16-mm microextruders mounted on a common base.
There won't be many blown-film lines running, but there is still much in the way of innovation going on in extrusion and compounding.
Kuhne GmbH blown-film technology will now be available to North American processors through sister company American Kuhne, Ashaway, R.I.
American Kuhne, Ashaway, R.I., has introduced a gearless extruder aimed at medical tubing.