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Published: 5/1/2009

Conformal Mold Cooling Gains Another Licensee
A patented conformal cooling process developed by Ritemp Technologies Pty.

Published: 5/1/2009

New Nozzle for Small Parts
A slim manifold nozzle for small parts is new from Synventive Molding Solutions, Peabody, Mass.

Published: 4/1/2009

New Service Verifies Flow-Simulation Predictions
An economical approach to verifying that computer-aided flow simulation will give an accurate molding prediction with your particular resin is offered as a new service from Beaumont Technologies, Inc., Erie, Pa.

Published: 4/1/2009

Ejector Pins Are Now Corrosion Resistant
A new line of stainless-steel ejectors is designed for use where traces of oxidation can cause impermissible contamination of parts for medical, food-contact, or other sensitive uses.

Published: 4/1/2009

High-Pressure Valve Gates
A new line of hot-runner valve-gate systems designed for high-pressure processes comes from Gunther Hot Runner Systems Inc., W.

Published: 3/1/2009

PEEK in Three New Forms
Availability of three new forms of high-performance PEEK resins has been announced by two suppliers. •Two types of PEEK have achieved ISO 10993 biocompatibility compliance for use in limited-exposure medical devices and instruments.

Published: 2/2/2009

Direct Side Gating For Multi-Cavity Molds
A hot-runner nozzle for direct side gating of multiple long, slim, or tube-shaped parts is new from Ewikon Molding Technologies Inc., East Dundee, Ill.

Published: 2/1/2009

Electric Valve Gate For Tight-Pitch Jobs
A new electric valve-gate (EVG) series for tight-pitch situations is said to perform better than pneumatic alternatives.

Published: 2/1/2009

Compact Nozzle Now In Valve-Gate Design
A valve-gate option has been added to the Z3240 series of Compact hot-runner nozzles from Hasco America Inc., Arden, N.C.

Published: 2/1/2009

SLA Machine for Extra-Large Prototypes
What is said to be the largest commercial stereolithography (SLA) system allows for rapid production of high-definition prototypes and production parts up to 60 in. long.