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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
Short-Run Specialist Chases Higher Productivity While Staying Lean
How do you automate jobs that run only a few hours? That’s only one of the questions challenging a fast-growing, short-run molder.
Article Published: 2/19/2015
Detect When Equipment Needs Maintenance—Before It’s Too Late
New technology to debut next month at NPE warns when preventive maintenance is needed, before equipment failure disrupts production.
Article Published: 1/30/2015
How to Dry PET for Container Applications
PET is extremely hygroscopic, highly moisture sensitive, and one of the toughest challenges to dry. Here are the basic principles of doing it right for rigid packaging applications
Article Published: 11/24/2014
B&B Molders Sticks to Its Core— Core Values & Core Competencies
To compete in today’s market, you need good technology, but you also need to know what you stand for and what you’re good at.
Article Published: 8/26/2014
Plastics Technology's Drying Supplement
Learn from the experts, including savvy processors, on how to get drying done right.
Article Published: 5/9/2014
Bozzelli’s Dozen Drying Tips
There’s a lot to know about drying—enough to fill a book, at least. But for now, here are a dozen details you need to know, from seasoned injection molding consultant and Scientific Molding trainer John Bozzelli. Scroll down and take his quiz.
Article Published: 4/24/2014
Raise the Bar on Drying: Savvy Processors Reveal Best Practices
The processors speak: Here’s how some smart molders and extruders tackle the vexing problem of resin drying.
Article Published: 4/24/2014
Bozzelli’s Guide To Specifying A Dryer
Here's a list of 17 things to do when looking for new drying equipment.
Article Published: 4/24/2014
Why (and What) You Need to Dry
Other than polyolefins, almost every other polymer exhibits some level of polarity and therefore can absorb a certain amount of moisture from the atmosphere. Here’s a look at some of these materials, and what needs to be done to dry them.
Article Published: 4/24/2014

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