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Plastics Technology's Most Popular Tweets of 2016
Materials, robots, K Show, resin pricing, recycling: these are the Top 10 Most Popular Tweets from Plastics Technology Magazine in 2016.
Blog Published: 1/5/2017
Interesting Finalists of 2016 SPE Auto Innovation Awards
Take a look at these “runner-up” finalists in exterior, interior and chassis/hardware categories.
Blog Published: 12/27/2016
Six More Winners of 2016 SPE Auto Innovation Awards
Take a look at top-rated innovations in chassis/hardware, powertrain, process/assembly, safety, environmental, and aftermarket categories.
Blog Published: 12/21/2016
SPE Auto Innovation Awards Winners Span Nine Categories
The 2016 interior category winner was also the grand award winner.
Blog Published: 12/20/2016
Evonik Shares Results of its Post-it Note Campaign at K 2016
Environmental protection and sustainability led visitors’ comments.
Blog Published: 11/24/2016
Solvay Aims to Fast-Track its Position in Additive Manufacturing
The combination of Sinterline technology and MMI Technyl Design is shaping the future of 3D printed functional automotive parts.
Blog Published: 11/23/2016
K2016 Materials and Additives Developments from Polyscope, A. Schulman and Dow Corning
Polyscope, A. Schulman, Dow Corning highlighted new products and applications along with soon-to-be launched materials and additives.
Blog Published: 11/1/2016
Kurz, Engel and Lanxess Team for Decorated, Overmolded Continuous Fiber Sheet
A process to decorate a hybrid composite/thermoplastic part with a decorative film in one mold was among several new decorating technologies exhibited at K 2016 by The Kurz Group.
Blog Published: 10/28/2016
K Reporter’s Notebook Materials: Manifold Printed for Plastic Engine; Material Reclaimed from Airbags; High Heat Nylon Doesn’t Need Stabilizers
Several new materials are being launched and discussed a K 2016 Solvay, including some very interesting strides in additive manufacturing.
Blog Published: 10/25/2016
Laser Annealing of Block Copolymers
Could blasting copolymers with temperatures above 1000 F create novel structures and features?
Blog Published: 10/24/2016

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