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7/29/2014 | 1 MINUTE READ

Let’s Talk: For Injection Molders Only

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Get your abstracts in for the Molding 2015 Conference.


It’s time to submit your abstracts for presentations at the Molding 2015 Conference, to be held next June 16-18 at the Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. Organized by Plastics Technology magazine, it’s a great opportunity for injection molders to talk to each other about important issues in their industry today and to hear about new technologies from suppliers of machinery, molds, software, and materials.


The annual Molding Conference, started by conference chairman Amos Golovoy, is a unique event because its program is organized by a volunteer committee of molders, moldmakers, suppliers of machinery, mold, and materials, and the plastics trade press (me). That’s what makes its content relevant and important for its audience. Over two and half days, it will present around 25 speakers, with plenty of time for informal conversation and visits to the exhibit area.


One of the strengths of the plastics industry has always been that its members talk to each other and share ideas and concerns. So if you have an idea for a 30-minute talk about emerging technologies, sustainable manufacturing, medical or electronics molding, LSR molding, and adding value through automation, assembly, or packaging—or anything else you feel an urge to discuss with other molders, visit the Conference home page and clink the link for the “Online call for papers.” Type in a 200-300 word abstract of your talk and click the email link—that’s all there is to it. Your abstract will be reviewed by the conference committee, whose members are listed on the conference home page.


By the way, Molding 2015 will be co-located with the amerimold 2015 show and conference, presented by our sister magazine, MoldMaking Technology.


Deadline for abstracts is October 17. Let’s hear from you!


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