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Are You Up to Speed on One of the Hottest Areas of Plastics Molding?
Answer that question with a definitive “Yes” by registering to attend “Thermoplastics Composites for Automotive” (TCC Auto 2016) on June 15-16 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Mich.
Blog Published: 5/2/2016
First PC/ABS Production from Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic Underway
MBA Polymers looks to be first in producing post-consumer PC/ABS pellets from shredded WEEE.
Blog Published: 4/26/2016
Thermally-Conductive Thermoplastics to Grow Substantially
Research and Markets' new study analyzes this market by type of plastic, end-use market, and global region.
Blog Published: 3/23/2016
DuPont Intensifies Research on Thermoplastic Composites
By co-locating its research activities at Aachen University, DuPont becomes a “premium partner” with the Aachen Center for Integrative Lightweight Production.
Blog Published: 3/1/2016
Panasonic to Mass Produce PBT Compounds for Laser Welding
New laser weldable PBT compounds targeted to enhancing design flexibility and reliability of auto switches and sensors.
Blog Published: 2/22/2016
Finalists in Process/Assembly Category of SPE Auto Awards
Blow molded spoilers, high- and low-gloss door trim, and 2-shot chrome and paint highlighted in the process/assembly enabling technologies category.
Blog Published: 2/19/2016
Environmental & Safety Finalists of SPE Auto Innovation Awards
The three finalists in the environmental and two in the safety categories utilize recycled resin, natural fiber reinforcements and more.
Blog Published: 2/18/2016
Highlights of the SPE Auto Innovation Award’s Chassis, Powertrain Finalists
Three chassis/hardware and two powertrain innovative applications bear mention.
Blog Published: 2/15/2016
Three Interesting Materials Finalists of SPE Auto Innovation Awards
Two novel injection molded components and a blow molded one made possible by modified or new materials.
Blog Published: 2/15/2016
Engineering Plastics Growth Led by Nylon and ABS
New Aranca market study projects significant growth for engineering plastics, generated by metal replacement, 3D printing and photovoltaics.
Blog Published: 2/5/2016

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