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Published: 5/7/2018

Global Player in Robots Puts More of Its Chips on North America
Sepro has global distribution but North America is its biggest growth market. It is manufacturing here for the first time.

Published: 5/7/2018

NPE2018 New Technology Focus: Healthy Interest in Medical
Medical molding is a big presence at NPE.

Published: 5/7/2018

Engel Offers a Vision of the ‘Factory of the Future’
Engel’s inject 4.0 program is its on-ramp to the factory of the future.

Published: 5/7/2018

NPE2018 New Technology Focus: The ‘4.0’ Revolution
Injection and blow molding and robot suppliers are making Industry 4.0 the most prevalent theme of the show.

Published: 4/27/2018

Newly Merged Molder Beefs Up EMI-RFI Shielding Operations
PSI Molded Plastics’ mechanized copper-paint line can handle large parts.

Published: 4/27/2018

Improving Molding Process Capability: Understanding the PVT Graph, Part 1
Process capability is related to the variation in part dimensions from shot to shot. High values of process capability require the shrinkage of the material to be identical on each shot, which can be confirmed from the pressure-volume-temperature (P...

Published: 4/27/2018

Getting Started with Medical Molding: First Consider the ‘Four E’s’
Global medical molder Nypro provides first-hand guidance on what you need to get into the medical molding business.

Published: 4/27/2018

Injection Molding: A Practical Approach to Calculating Residence Time
Toss the formulas. The best way to determine residence time is to conduct a simple experiment.

Published: 4/27/2018

P&G Explores the Frontiers of Injection Mold-Temperature Control
Sharing in development of leading-edge technology for monitoring and control of flow and temperature in each individual mold circuit has given P&G’s German operations lower investment costs, decreased energy consumption, and increased prod...

Published: 4/27/2018

‘Digital Manufacturing’ Evolves from Prototyping to ‘On-Demand’ Short Runs
Protolabs has built a business on speed. Today its “digital manufacturing” model is accelerating from rapid prototypes and first-run production parts to “on-demand” short-run manufacturing.