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Wittmann Battenfeld Previews New Technologies For Composites & Cell Integration
Open house in Austria offered a vision of a future with controls linking injection machines to a wide range of auxiliaries. Wittmann also signaled its debut in composite organosheet overmolding—with an added twist.
Two New Directions for Una-Dyn at NPE
Powder bulk handling and process cooling are two new product lines.
A New Name & New Dimension in Mold- Temperature Control
Controlling both water temperature and flow rate promises dramatic savings in energy and cycle time.
Frigel’s New Thai Production Plant Nearly Complete
Process cooling technology supplier Frigel, Scandicci, Italy, has nearly completed a new manufacturing site in Thailand that will boost its global production footprint by more than 50%.
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.’
Make Water Treatment Part of Your Process-Cooling Program
Dirty, rusty, smelly water can wreak havoc with even the most meticulous process-cooling program. Here’s how to make sure your water is up to the task.
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.
‘Passive Variotherm’ Cooling Cuts Cycle Time at Low Cost
A hot/cold molding technique lets the injected melt do the heating while water flow is paused.
Mold-Heating/Cooling Technology Keeps Cosmetic Parts Looking ‘Hot’
New rapid mold-temperature control technology allows molder to eliminate cosmetic defects like knit lines or sink marks in parts that require a glossy finish or feature texturing.
Milacron Expands Aftermarket Business—Again
Milacron LLC, Cincinnati, recently completed the purchase of Industrial Machine Sales, Inc. (IMSI) and its sister company, Precise Plastics Machinery (PPM), both of Southlake, Texas.