Learn More … About Injection Molding

Register now for the Molding 2016 conference and get up to date on all technology issues related to your business.


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Register now for the Molding 2016 conference and get up to date on all technology issues related to your business.


Learn more. You’ll see those two words peppered throughout all the products we produce…our print magazine, our website, and our various e-newsletters. If, for example, you are engaging with our print publication—as thorough and timely as we try to make it—the article you are reading may not necessarily be the “final word” on whatever subject matter interests (or troubles) you at the moment. So we use these Learn Mores to remind you to check out specific places on our website for more articles, webinars, videos, Knowledge Centers, and other useful information on a particular topic.


My point? That Plastics Technology aims to be your go-to source to Learn More. And now more than ever we are affording you with opportunities to Learn More in person, because this March, you’ll be able to Learn More about injection molding at our Molding 2016 conference. It’s scheduled for March 29-31 at the Westin New Orleans Canal Place Hotel in New Orleans. Now in its 26th year, Molding 2016 brings global leaders and innovators in injection molding together under one roof for the world’s preeminent conference on this technology. Quite simply, if you’re in the business of injection molding, it is the must-attend conference of the year.


The program was assembled primarily by my colleagues at Plastics Technology magazine—Executive Editor Matt Naitove and Senior Editor Tony Deligio, both of whom are wired very closely to the injection molding market. The program is more robust than ever before in that it encompasses not only what goes on between the platens, but delves into crucial pre- and post-processing operations as well: drying, blending, and handling of materials; post-mold automation, assembly, and packaging. There are also sessions devoted to materials developments, tooling, process development, emerging technologies (a Molding Conference staple), and break-out sessions specific to molding for automotive and medical.


I’d like you to please the conference site to Learn More about the full agenda, the details about the hotel, conference pricing, speaker details, etc. Then I’d like you to consider registering to attend so you can Learn More...about injection molding.