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Published: 2/20/2018

New Electric & Hybrid Injection Machines, and a ‘Sneak Peek’ at More to Come
Absolute Haitian unveils new Jenius Series, plus enhanced versions of the Mars, Venus and Zeres lines. 

Published: 2/18/2018

Injection Molding: At NPE, U.S. Debut of Arburg’s Largest Machine Yet in a Brand-New Design
Besides a brand-new machine design, Arburg will present cells molding automotive composites, medical, LSR, and packaging applications, as well as Industry 4.0 multiprocess integration and Freeformer 3D printing.

Published: 2/18/2018

Injection Molding: LSR Auto Cavity Balancing, New Decorating Process & High-Speed Cap Molding at Engel’s NPE Exhibit
Engel’s 9 machine cells at NPE2018 cover medical, packaging, automotive, telectronics, and technical injection molding.

Published: 2/15/2018

Wittmann Battenfeld Shows Two New Machines in Work Cells for Medical, Packaging, and Automotive
The U.S. market is getting its first look at Wittmann Battenfeld’s high-speed, all-electric EcoPower Xpress for packaging, and its MicroPower two-shot micromolder.

Published: 2/15/2018

Accumulator-Head Blow Molder for 2D or 3D Molding
Accumulator-head machine is suited to both standard and suction blow molding, and is equipped for Industry 4.0.

Published: 1/23/2018

Materials: New Nylon & PET Electrical Compounds
New Rynite and Zytel grades for automotive electrical parts and household appliances.

Published: 11/27/2017

Materials: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Nylon 6 & 66
New compounds aimed at applications when components need to resist higher peak temperatures.

Published: 11/22/2017

Materials: High Heat Stabilized Nylon 66 for Underhood Applications
Lanxess’ first entry of  the new nylon product line is aimed at offering an alternative to costly semi-aromatic nylons and PPS. 

Published: 11/22/2017

Materials: Low-Emission Polyacetal for Gear Applications
DowDuPont’s new acetal is geared to both automotive and non-automotive gear applications.

Published: 11/22/2017

Materials: Cellulosic with Higher Dimensional Stability and Creep Resistance
Eastman’s new bioplastic boasts a significantly higher heat deflection temperature than standard CAP.