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NAFTA, Plastics & President Trump
The build-up and hype around the election of a U.S. president is ultimately a bit anticlimactic given the yawning gap between the confetti and balloons of election night and the hand-on-the-Bible of an inauguration.
Blog Published: 12/2/2016
Help Us Help You
The only thing more overwhelming than the amount of information available today is the myriad means to have it delivered to you.
Blog Published: 11/14/2016
Wittmann Opens Simulated Clean-Room Demo Facility
White walls, sticky floor tape, and even a startlingly realistic manikin gowned in a “bunny suit”—all intended to simulate the look and feel of a clean room in one alcove of the U.S. headquarters plant of Wittmann Battenfeld, Inc. in Torrington, Con...
Blog Published: 11/2/2016
K Reporter’s Notebook Materials: New 3D Printer Uses COCs for Microfluidic Devices; ABS Terpolymer for 3D Printing
Specially designed 3D printer uses COCs for microfluidics; new ABS player promotes terpolymer for additive manufacturing.
Blog Published: 10/24/2016
Finnish Startup Gets In-Mold Structural Electronics (IMSE) Lighting Patent
TactoTek’s newly-patented technology available for licensing.
Blog Published: 9/20/2016
Engel’s Liquid-Metal Technology Could Be a Hit
A technology leader in plastics, the Austrian firm’s collaboration with innovative metal molding firm Liquidmetal is drawing “overwhelming interest.”
Blog Published: 7/14/2016
IBM Researchers Discover a New Way to Recycle PC
IBM says it has discovered a new process to turn old smartphones into medical-grade plastic.
Blog Published: 6/29/2016
Thermally-Conductive Thermoplastics to Grow Substantially
Research and Markets' new study analyzes this market by type of plastic, end-use market, and global region.
Blog Published: 3/23/2016
Innovative Materials Open Up New Markets for Injection Molding
Light-emitting diodes, bipolar car battery plates, medical components—new opportunities in these applications and more are coming to injection molding thanks to advances in materials.
Blog Published: 1/27/2016
High-Tech Implant for Leg-Lengthening Treatment Enabled by PEEK
Evonik has invested in a start-up company that has developed a high-tech leg-lengthening implant that uses Vestakeep PEEK.
Blog Published: 1/25/2016

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