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PUBLISHED: 2/16/2018

Abrasion Resistant Alloys for Injection Molding

RTP's alloys are comparable to UHMWPE in abrasion resistance but can be injection molded.

PUBLISHED: 2/15/2018

Turkey's Elastron Plans North American Production of TPEs

A very broad range of thermoplastic elastomer will be available from Elastron before year’s end.

PUBLISHED: 1/23/2018

Materials: New Nylon & PET Electrical Compounds

New Rynite and Zytel grades for automotive electrical parts and household appliances.

PUBLISHED: 1/23/2018

Materials: No-Post-Cure LSR for Baby Care, Medical, and Food Contact

New Elastosil grade from Wacker has low residual volatiles and high strength without post-cure.

PUBLISHED: 1/23/2018

Materials: New ‘Recyclable’ Barrier Polyester for Multi-Layer PET Bottles & Films

Solvay’s new Verian HBP is said to be “recyclable.”

PUBLISHED: 12/27/2017

Materials: New Nylon, PPA & PPS Grades For Water Management

DSM is going after water heating systems, water meters, sanitary products, appliances, and hot-water connectors.

PUBLISHED: 12/18/2017

Materials: Marine-Grade PC for Flexible Boat Enclosures

Covestro’s new Makrolon PC sheet provides a clear, unobstructed view on the water.

PUBLISHED: 12/18/2017

Materials: Medical TPEs for Face Masks & Cushions

Teknor’s two families of medical-grade TPEs include a deformation-resistant series for flexible masks.

PUBLISHED: 12/15/2017

Materials: Customized 3D Printing Filaments from New Business Unit

Clariant’s new 3D printing business unit 3D prints and tests all of its materials to ensure printability and consistent high quality. 

PUBLISHED: 12/15/2017

Materials: More Filaments for FDM and Large Area Manufacturing Debut

SABIC’ newest 3D printing filaments include a PC for FDM and eight new compounds based on ABS, PPE, PC and PEI for large format additive manufacturing (LFAM).

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