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News in Materials & Machinery at SPE Blow Molding Conference
New barrier materials for small fuel tanks, tooling developments for large, flat, and odd-shaped industrial parts, new all-electric machines for large containers, and gravimetric extrusion control for bottles are some of the topics discussed at the ...
Article Published: 11/28/2012
Drumroll, Please: How Mauser Rose to Number 1
Drum blow molder Mauser has used acquisitions, home-made machine building and careful attention to processing details to take the leading position in the field.
Article Published: 7/30/2012
Blow Molding at NPE: Pushing the Envelope in Speed, Flexibility, Energy Savings
New models of blow molding machines at the show were dominated by wheel machines and stretch-blow systems.
Article Published: 5/29/2012
All-Electric Blow Molding Is Reaching the Tipping Point
After years of talk, all-electric blow molding machines seem poised to make advances.
Article Published: 4/26/2012
How Gravimetric Control Systems Pay Off in Blow Molding
Gravimetric control systems offer blow molders improvements in processing efficiencies above and beyond their ability to regulate resin usage.
Article Published: 3/26/2012
Soothing a Temperamental Process To Make Better Bottles
Careful choices of machines, tools and operators are critical to tame the process to produce high-quality bottles consistently.
Article Published: 3/26/2012
Blow Molding at NPE: Speed, Quality & Flexibility Take Center Stage
Wheel machines in particular will be on display.
Article Published: 2/23/2012
Micro-Layers Enter Blow Molding
Taking coextrusion blow molded bottles beyond six layers while maintaining conventional wall thicknesses is at the core of a new micro-layer approach developed by Dow.
Article Published: 11/22/2011
Nanolayers Enter Blow Molding
Technology mirrors Dow's recent development in blown film.
Article Published: 6/27/2011
Energy Miser: Reducing Compressed-Air Usage
Many manufacturing sites operate on the assumption that compressed air is free. Usage is totally uncontrolled, and open air lines cost real money.
Article Published: 6/27/2011

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