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Published: 9/9/2014

THERMOFORMING Vertical Puncher, Stacker For Formed Trays, Lids
Cycles up to 120/min.

Published: 9/9/2014

THERMOFORMING: New Cooling Technology Offers Faster Cycles
System may also permit lower mold temperatures for even faster cycles while reducing the machine’s energy consumption.

Published: 7/29/2014

THERMOFORMING: Fast, Flexible Pressure Former
Faster cycles and the ability to form bigger surfaces add up to higher productivity.

Published: 7/21/2014

THERMOFORMING: Fast, Flexible Pressure Former
Electric-servo machine boasts higher speeds and larger forming area.

Published: 9/30/2013

MATERIALS: PC Sheet Products Tailored for Passenger Railcars
Bayer MaterialScience has introduced new PC sheet products to meet performance and cost challenges for passenger railcars.

Published: 8/30/2013

MATERIALS: High-Performance Multi-Layer TPO/Acrylic Sheet
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Stratagem SMR multi-layer TPO sheet from Premiere Material Concepts (PMC), Findlay, Ohio, combines the surface durability and weatherability of acrylic with the impact resistance of TPO.

Published: 2/26/2013

THERMOFORMING: High-Speed Robot Stacker
GN Thermoforming Equipment, Chester, N.S., has introduced a new high-speed robotic stacker for its contact-heat, in-mold-cut thermoformers.

Published: 12/28/2011

THERMOFORMING: Roll-Fed Former with 'Low-Scrap' Tooling
Making its U.S. debut at NPE in Orlando is the GN760 in-line forming machine from GN Thermoforming Equipment, Chester, N.S.

Published: 12/28/2011

THERMOFORMING: Plug-Assist Tools & Techniques
CMT Materials Inc., Attleboro, Mass., will debut technologies that thermoformers can use to reduce sheet thickness when forming heavy-gauge materials at the NPE 2012 show in Orlando.

Published: 10/31/2011

MATERIALS: Nanostructured Acrylic Sheet Bridges Cast & Extruded Properties
WEB EXCLUSIVE: New Altuglas ShieldUp nanostructured acrylic sheet from Altuglas International (a unit of Arkema Inc.), Philadelphia, is said to combine the toughness of extruded acrylic sheet with all the other properties of cast sheets.