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Alpha Comm Enterprises Moves Some Of Its China Production To The U.S.
The company has opened a molding facility in Georgia.
Article Published: 6/24/2015
Arburg Cuts Ribbon On New U.S. Headquarters
And commemorates 25th year in business in America with discount program on Golden Edition series of hydraulic presses.
Article Published: 6/18/2015
New 3D Printer Looks To Compete With Injection Molding
The new machines are expected to enter the market starting in 2017.
Article Published: 6/5/2015
Beach Mold & Tool Announces $23.3 Million Expansion In Indiana
The company plans to purchase several large injection molding presses and to update existing equipment.
Article Published: 6/2/2015
‘Industry 4.0’ Demo at Hanover Fair
Linking molding and 3D printing machines and part data via the "cloud" allows "mass customization."
Article Published: 6/1/2015
New Design Standards for Molders of Medical Connectors
The goal is to prevent dangerous misconnections through revisions of designs and materials choices.
Article Published: 6/1/2015
Arburg Opens New U.S. Headquarters
A move from Newington to Rocky Hill, Conn.
Article Published: 6/1/2015
Switch to Bioplastic Helps Molder ‘Go Green’
Labcon opts for surgarcane-derived HDPE to make its packaging more earth-friendly.
Article Published: 5/25/2015
Tiebarless Training Comes to Tennessee
Automotive is booming in the state, and students are being prepared for jobs in molding.
Article Published: 5/25/2015
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

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