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Published: 6/1/2008

New Thermoformer Makes Bottles
A new roll-fed pressure former from Germany’s Illig Maschinenbau (U.S. office in Marietta, Ga.) is intended to compete with blow molding for food and drink bottles.

Published: 5/1/2008

New TPO Sheet Is Easier to Process
New thermoformable TPO sheet from Spartech Corp., Clayton, Mo., reportedly offers improved processability for RV, bus, truck, and marine applications. “Extreme” sheet products comprise three grades that provide a wider processing window,...

Published: 5/1/2008

Chrome-Finished Film Stays Bright After Forming
Soliant LLC in Lancaster, S.C., a maker of paint-replacement films for in-mold decorating, has been winning awards for its “bright film” technology, which looks like chrome, since the film was introduced three years ago.

Published: 5/1/2008

PETG Sheet Provides Non-Glare Satin Finish
Sheffield Plastics Inc., Sheffield, Mass., has introduced Vivak PETG sheet with a non-glare satin finish for graphics, point-of-purchase displays/fixtures, and indoor signs.

Published: 4/1/2008

PC Film Meets IMD Needs in Electronics
A new thermoformable polycarbonate film from SABIC Innovative Plastics, Pittsfield, Mass., boasts a 1H pencil hardness rating, easy formability, and high impact resistance for insert-molded graphics in portable electronics.

Published: 4/1/2008

Multilayer TPO Sheet Replaces PVC-Wrapped ABS
New formable multilayer TPO-based sheet from Premier Material Concepts (PMC), Findlay, Ohio, is claimed to be a cost-effective alternative to vinyl-wrapped ABS for marine interior panels and consoles, office furniture, seating, and exercise equipmen...

Published: 3/1/2008

Safer and More Reliable Quick Mold Changes
A new line of Segen Quick Change cylinder locks is claimed to improve the safety, reliability, and efficiency of quick mold changeovers.

Published: 3/1/2008

Special-Effect Sheet Targets Displays, Signs
A line of special-effect HIPS sheet has been introduced by Primex Plastics Corp., Richmond, Ind.

Published: 2/1/2008

More Efficient Infrared Heaters
New ceramic infrared heaters from Hotset Corp., Battle Creek, Mich., are claimed to be 25% more efficient than competitive models.