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A new approach to faster cycles focuses on resin modification rather than mold or machine technology.
Rotomolding nylon 6 parts directly from caprolactam monomer and pulsed-air pressurization of molds to make tougher parts were new developments presented at the 29th annual Fall meeting of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) in Cleveland.
Producing solid features in an otherwise hollow rotomolded part and coloring parts in easier and more flexible ways are two new developments highlighted at the January meeting of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) in Minneapolis.
The first process-simulation software for rotomolding and the industry's first automatic mold-opening/closing device both made their debut at the recent 24th annual fall conference of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) in Cleveland. The conference, which drew a record attendance of 730, was held along with the third Rotoplast exhibition, which drew 2300 people to the 108 exhibits. Other news included automatic mold-charging devices and what's said to be the first HDPE that meets UL 94V-0 at 1/8 in. thickness. There was also a rotomolding unit with triple air lines that provide added heat, vacuum, or cooling assistance.
Internal mold-temperature monitoring, advances in process simulation, and new European machine entries were among the news presented to more than 450 attendees at the annual spring conference of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) in Barcelona, Spain.