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Molding 2012 Conference Hits the Hot Topics
Medical molding, liquid silicone rubber (LSR) molding, micromolding (even of LSR), energy management, biopolymers, and sustainable, “green” molding—these and more topics of highest interest to injection molders today will be presen...
Vision Inspection Integrated with Press Control
Machine-operator access to 100% quality inspection of micro-part dimensions is available with the new PowerVision option from Wittmann Battenfeld, Torrington, Conn.
Heating & Cooling at NPE 2003
Smaller, more efficient, and environmentally friendly are the themes for new heating/cooling products at NPE.
New Pressure Transducer For Food & Medical Extrusion
Processors of extruded products for food or medical applications have a new option in pressure transducers that gives improved performance at competitive cost.
Refine, Redesign, Retool: Re-engineering as a Business Model
It’s an unusual business model: “We take existing products or manufacturing processes and try to make them better.
ERP Software: New Ways to Find Your Data, Lower-Cost Entry for Small Plants
The past year has seen several product upgrades and new features in the EnterpriseIQ enterprise resource planning (ERP) software system from IQMS, Paso Robles, Calif.
Go Beyond SPC For Molding Process Control
A new real-time statistical analysis system for injection molding reportedly provides a new level of fault detection and process quality.
Thermoset Molder Closes the Loop On Mold Temperature Control
Vernay Laboratories Inc. of Yellow Springs, Ohio, is a major producer of precision rubber fluid-control components at four plants in the U.S. and Europe. “In rubber molding, the temperature of the mold is the heart of the process, so maintaini...
Budget Merges with PPE
WEB EXCLUSIVE Budget Molders Supplier of Macedonia, Ohio, has merged with its larger sister company, Plastic Process Equipment, Inc. (PPE) at the same location.
Manage Your Business On the Web
Managers of small businesses now have a way to computerize their business information management without heavy investment in computers, software, and IT (information technology) staff.