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Published: 5/1/2009

NPE 2009 News Flash
Injection MoldingHybrid Press Has Electric ClampNew injection presses that combine servo-electric and hydraulic movements to achieve high performance with energy efficiency will be discussed by Arburg Inc., Newington, Conn.

Published: 4/1/2009

Better Purging Saves Money, Material and Time
How much money can a better purging compound save even a small molder?

Published: 4/1/2009

Injection Molding Biopolymers: How to Process Renewable Resins
U.S. injection molders are still pretty green when it comes to processing the new crop of renewably sourced biopolymers. These biologically derived polymers made from PLA, PHA and starch-based resins are attracting growing market interest as materia...

Published: 10/1/2008

Control Oxidation of HDPE Parts
For blow molders of HDPE parts, this is an all-too familiar sight at start-up time on Monday morning: The machine is purging leftover material onto the floor.

Published: 3/19/2007

Chemical Purging: When and How to Do It Right
Extrusion blow molders are sometimes skeptical of chemical purging compounds (CPCs), and they have a point.

Published: 3/8/2007

NOVACHEM Launches Interactive Learning Game for Extrusion and Blow Molders
“NovaBlaster” Entertains And Educates Winners Eligible To Receive A Free Deluxe Baseball-Style Cap October 6, 2006 – (BRIDGEPORT, CT) NOVACHEM, manufacturer of SuperNova™ high performance chemical purging compounds, has recently released an intera...

Published: 2/1/2007

Novel Two-Stage Approach Makes Purging Hot Runners a Breeze
Two new and unusual compounds have been developed to ease the challenge of purging injection molding hot-runner systems.

Published: 1/1/2007

Stop Black Specks!
Black specks in film or sheet–especially in light-colored or clear plastics–lead to scrap, unscheduled shutdowns, and dissatisfied customers.

Published: 7/1/2006

NPE 2006 News Wrap-Up: Chemicals and Additives
There were new additives for every need at NPE 2006: Make your plastics prettier with new colorants. Make them stronger with new fillers and reinforcements. Make them lighter with foaming agents. Or just make them go away with improved purging agent...