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Now There’s an Additive That Improves Scratch/Mar Resistance in Molded & Extruded Parts
Two-Stage Injection Meets Molder’s Need for High Precision
Fixed screw and plunger with no check ring hold tolerances of millionths of an inch.
Moldmaker Branches Out With New Services & Technologies
NyproMold offers new development tooling program and the latest in servo drives, enhanced cooling, and CT scanning.
Five Effective Ways to Control Color
A 50-year veteran in color-concentrate production and use shares practices to help you make better color decisions and generate less scrap. To specify color correctly and communicate your specs to your color supplier requires understanding of the “F...
New ASTM Standard Proposed For Film-Thickness Measurement
Proposed non-contact method reportedly will help processors get "more precise and accurate measurements.'
Blow Molding Challenges Embraced at Metro Mold
“Others mold difficult parts. We mold the impossible.”
MOLDING 2016 CONFERENCE: New Approaches to Processing, Tooling & Quality Assurance
The largest-ever annual Molding Conference included newsworthy technical presentations on a variety of injection molding topics. Here’s a selection.
TA Instruments' ElectroForce Group Moves to New Digs
TA Instruments sees growth potential for its new acquisition's product line.
RTP Offers Tribology Data for Medical Device Material Selection
Until recently, there were no established industry tests that accurately predict friction behavior.
Auxiliaries AT NPE: New Controls Link Auxiliaries
Industry 4.0—the internet of things—is bringing a new level of connectivity to auxiliary equipment. Here’s a rundown of developments there, along with other news in auxiliaries from the show.