Germany’s George H. Luh’s recent research developments look promising for broadening the use of expandable graphite to nylons and more.
The coronavirus crisis has often simultaneously required the speed of additive manufacturing and the scale of injection molding.
This new non-contact temperature screening system from MachineSense is quick and easy to use. It provides an added level of health protection for employees and legal protection for the business.
Launched in 2017 by Borealis and SYSTEMIQ, Project STOP works with cities to create effective waste management systems that eliminate plastics leakage into the ocean and create circular systems in Southeast Asia.
Diversified Plastics and Nonin Medical Meet the Challenge of Rapid Demand for Noni's Oximeters Brought on by CoronovirusBy: Lilli Manolis Sherman
Demand has sharply risen for Nonin’s Onyx fingertip pulse oximeters as they have the capability to help diagnose and monitor silent hypoxia in COVID-19 patients.
As the world eagerly awaits a vaccine to inoculate against Covid-19, molders of syringes and vials are boosting production to meet what will be desperate, crushing need.
Coronavirus pandemic has made extrusion processors curious about entering the face-mask market. But melt-blown fiber is very different from most other extrusion processes and requires specialized equipment.
In this Q&A, Monika Kleczek, circular economy market development manager, Nova Chemicals Polyethylene Business, talks about the company’s efforts to expand a market for recycled plastics.
Plastics for Large Touchscreens, LED Light Panels Made with High Transparency & Electrical ConductivityBy: Lilli Manolis Sherman
University of Michigan researchers have made plastic conductive and also more transparent for large touchscreens, LED light panels and window-mounted infrared solar cells.