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Engel’s Automotive Event Comes to North America for the First Time
Featuring presentations from WardsAutomotive, Lanxess, Magna, ExxonMobil Chemical, Trexel, and more, the event will also feature multiple machinery demonstrations.
Article Published: 6/6/2016
Trexel Establishes Detroit-Area Tech Center
Cooperating with Engel to provide Mucell-ready machines for trials.
Article Published: 5/29/2016
New Materials Shine Bright In Growing LED Market
Rapid expansion of LED technology has spurred development of new formulations for a wide range of lighting components. Here are examples of activity in this fast-moving field.
Article Published: 5/26/2016
Custom Molder Expands in ‘Leaps of Faith’
Who would embark on an $8.8 million plant expansion without new orders in hand? Someone who knows his customers very well.
Article Published: 5/24/2016
Beefier All-Electric Machines With Enhanced Control Features
Presses designed to dismiss the perception that all-electrics can’t handle larger, heavier molds.
Article Published: 5/24/2016
‘All-Purpose’ Screw for Injection Molding Handles a Wide Range of Polymers
A mixing section with replaceable dams is said to remedy the limitations of so-called “general-purpose” injection screws.
Article Published: 5/24/2016
Plastics Pioneers Association Adds Four to Membership Roster
Group membership swells to 200+.
Article Published: 4/27/2016
Wintec Adds All-Electric Line, Expands Sales Outside of China
All-electric 100- and 180-ton injection molding machines join two-platen presses in portfolio, while sales extend to ASEAN, Iran, Turkey and beyond.
Article Published: 4/27/2016
Hot/Cold Injection Molding: Which Approach Is Best for You?
The hot-and-cold molding process gives molders a new tool to achieve top-quality esthetics or to fill challenging thin-wall parts. There are a number of options in heating methods, and this article discusses the ins and outs of each.
Article Published: 4/25/2016
High-Tech Molder Modernizes Its Fleet
EPC replaces older presses with its first all-electrics, in integrated cells from a single source.
Article Published: 4/25/2016

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