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What Blow Molders Say About All-Electric Machines
They are well established in Europe, but molders in North America are just beginning to come around to all-electrics’ improved performance, maintenance, cleanliness, and—yes— energy efficiency. Here’s first-hand testimony, from the U.S. and abroad.
SPE announces 2016 SPE foundation scholarship award recipients
The Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) has announced the winners of the 2016 scholarship program administered by SPE Foundation, including 42 scholarships totaling more than $110,000.
Blow Molding Guru Slawska Dies at 80
Career in industrial blow molding spanned five decades.
Machinery Executive Yokana Dies
Founder of Sterling and Merritt Davis was 89.
Davis-Standard Ships First Large Accumulator-Head Machine from Fulton Plant
Largest machine yet built in this facility.
North American Plastics Machinery Business Rises in Second Quarter
Second quarter 2016 shipments were up year over year but down on a quarterly basis for the second straight month.
Avoid These Three Mistakes to Get the Most from Color
Here are the key misconceptions and common practices that keep processors from reaching the heights of coloring proficiency. Find out if you’re stumbling into these pitfalls, and learn how and why you should swerve around them
Understanding the ‘Science’ of Color
And as with all sciences, there are fundamentals that must be considered to do color right. Here’s a helpful start.
K 2016 Preview: Blow Molding
Looking for speed and energy efficiency? Take your pick of new all-electric, hybrid, and servo-hydraulic machines.
‘World’s Lightest’ PET Bottle for Edible Oil
900-ml bottle weighs 22% less.