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Published: 11/7/2017

Everything Is Bigger in China
Where can you find a molder who buys 100 injection machines over five years, and then another 100 machines in 18 months? In China, that’s where.

Published: 11/6/2017

Mack Molding Adds ‘Largest Press in New England’
The 2360-ton Haitian press has a 268-oz shot capacity and the ability to handle 40,000-lb molds.

Published: 10/30/2017

Ube Shows Off Expanded Machine Line at U.S. Open House
Two 720-ton all-electric toggle presses and two servohydraulic 1500-tonners each from the Ube and the former Mitsubishi were on display in Ann Arbor.

Published: 10/20/2017

KraussMaffei Reaches Out to Help Harvey Victims
Company will deliver check of $121,600 to Red Cross thanks to the generosity of these processors.

Published: 10/13/2017

VIDEO: Plastics Technology México’s First Event Draws a Crowd
A strong slate of speakers and exhibitors paired with a growing injection molding industry and hot local economy resulted in a successful inaugural event.

Published: 9/22/2017

¡Ya llega PT México Live!, todo sobre inyección
La próxima semana se llevará a cabo la conferencia más completa sobre inyección en México: dos días, más de 30 pláticas técnicas y 8 sesiones sobre el estado del arte en moldeo por inyec...

Published: 9/12/2017

Injection Molders: Is 3D Printing Your Friend, or Foe?
In the last few months, I’ve seen clear signs that some 3D printing shops and makers of additive manufacturing equipment intend to compete with injection molding.

Published: 9/6/2017

Apprenticeship Program Pays Off for Mack Molding
Eleven students have returned to the company full-time in the last two years, including five this spring.

Published: 9/1/2017

Want to Be a Part of Molding 2018?
Molding 2018 (Feb. 27-March 1; Long Beach, Calif.) is seeking speakers, papers and topics for the industry’s premier injection molding conference.

Published: 8/29/2017

More Multi-Shot Molding Capacity at GW Plastics
New 2K machines will be at the heart of automated assembly cells.