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New Cure for the Headaches of In-Mold Labeling/Decorating
New IML/IMD method combines the best aspects of precut label stacks and labels on a roll with none of their drawbacks.
Article Published: 10/18/2016
Compression Molding Boosts Output of Coffee Pods
Cycle time of 3.2 sec for PP pods is said to be half that of injection molding.
Article Published: 8/23/2016
On-Site: The Buck Stops Here
Fully integrated manufacturing and an unwavering commitment to quality has helped position NELMAR as the ‘gold standard’ in tamper-evident security bags.
Article Published: 4/25/2016
Newcomer in Hot-Stamping Machines
Automator America has introduced a new line of hot-stamping presses in the U.S.
Article Published: 1/13/2016
Permanent Decoration for Polyolefin Injection Molded Parts
Low surface energy of nonpolar plastics like PE and PP has made them a challenge to decorate, but a new technology seeks to change that.
Article Published: 5/25/2015
New ‘Dry’ Process Puts Circuitry on Plastics
Laser ablation and plasma etching team up to apply thicker conductive layers without a ‘wet’ plating process.
Article Published: 3/30/2015
AUXILIARIES AT NPE: More Control, Flexibility, And Energy Efficiency
These are key trends in the many kinds of auxiliary equipment displayed at this month’s show. You’ll also see equipment designed to be virtually ‘foolproof.’
Article Published: 2/24/2015
INJECTION MOLDING AT NPE: Molding Exhibits Show Off Cell Integration with Multiple Processes & Operations
If you’re interested in lightweight composites, IML, LSR, multi-shot, inmold assembly, barrier coinjection, micromolding, variotherm molding, foams, energy-saving presses, robots, hot runners, and tooling—they’re all here in force.
Article Published: 2/23/2015
Plasma Ski Patent: A Game Changer For Skiing
Innovative process modifies the functional properties of the surface of UHMWPE ski bases.
Article Published: 1/31/2015
Touch-Sensitive Control Surfaces: The Next Thing in Medical Technology?
Cost savings and cleanability are moving overmolded capacitive-sensing films from automotive consoles into medical equipment.
Article Published: 10/24/2014

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