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Thermoforming at NPE: Machines Raise Performance Bar
Exhibitors at this year’s show introduced an assortment of new machines and upgraded models with designs incorporating the latest in mechanical, hydraulic, and electronic technologies.
Article Published: 5/29/2012
PE/PS Interpolymer Modifies Polyolefins To Process Faster, Thinner, Better
Novel hybrid of polyethylene and polystyrene acts as a processing aid for HDPE, LDPE, and PP.
Article Published: 5/29/2012
Conference Report: Bioplastics Are Breaking Out of Their 'Green' Niche
The excitement in the air of the recent Innovation Takes Root conference was a sense of arrival.
Article Published: 3/27/2012
Thermoforming at NPE: Less Scrap, More Power For the Buck
Most of the developments will focus on in-line systems.
Article Published: 2/23/2012
Composites Fabricator Chooses Thermoforming for Bus Part
Amtech LLC considers itself a composite specialist and engages in thermoset resin transfer molding and vacuum-assist RTM,  plus finishing, assembly, and custom packaging from a 220,000 ft² plant in Wapato, Wash.
Article Published: 2/21/2012
‘Back to Basics’ Fuels More Innovation at Thin-Gauge Former
Shift from private to capital ownership give Tray-Pak a boost.
Article Published: 1/28/2012
Sustainability: It Will Change Your Business...If It Hasn't Already
Do you have a sustainability officer yet? You might need one. It's probably even more likely that your customers have one, and you will have to pay attention to them if you want to continue to supply them with plastic parts or products.
Article Published: 12/28/2011
On Site: Evolution of a One-Stop High-Tech Thermoformer
A company that started as a toolmaker has evolved into a thermoforming solutions provider
Article Published: 9/30/2011
Physically Foamed HIPS Is New Factor in Rigid Packaging
Relief for escalating costs of packaging materials and an opportunity to address sustainability goals are two factors that have helped attract global attention to a new physical foaming technology for HIPS packaging.
Article Published: 7/27/2011
'Green'...And Microwaveable Too
New technology from Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., eliminates a property tradeoff that could allow polylactic acid (PLA) to supplant polystyrene and polypropylene for microwavable frozen-food trays, lids for hot beverage cups, and carry-out conta...
Article Published: 7/27/2011

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