NEWS

PUBLISHED: 1/15/2020

New Year; New Look and New Resources

The Plastics Industry Association's advocacy platform—This Is Plastics—has been redesigned and revamped in 2020.


PUBLISHED: 1/15/2020

There’s Still Time to Request Space for NPE2021

Complete and return a space application with your deposit now, and you can still participate in the NPE2021 Space Draw taking place between January 21 – April 10, 2020.


PUBLISHED: 1/13/2020

Phillips-Medisize to Expand Research Operation in Denmark

The Global Innovation and Development (GID) site in Stuer will support late-stage development of medium- and high-volume products and processes using good manufacturing practice (GMP) and state-of-the-art equipment.


PUBLISHED: 1/13/2020

Toray Develops Game-Changing PPS Film for 5G Flexible Printed Circuit Boards

Toray’s Torelina biaxially-oriented PPS film balances outstanding dielectric characteristics and thermal dimensional stability.


PUBLISHED: 1/13/2020

Portable Chiller Donated to University's Plastics Program

Delta T Systems has donated a 2-ton variable speed air-cooled chiller to the Plastics Engineering Technology program at Pittsburg State University.


PUBLISHED: 1/13/2020

Delta T Systems Donates Two-Ton Chiller to Pittsburg State University Plastics Program

The Plastics Engineering Technology program to benefit from the donation of a state-of-the-art two-ton variable speed air-cooled chiller.


PUBLISHED: 1/12/2020

New North American Office & New Presses for Bole Machinery

Bole America in Stow, Ohio, offers new models of two-platen and servohydraulic toggle presses.


PUBLISHED: 1/12/2020

Induction Heating Offers Potential in Auto Lighting

Superior replication of complex mold textures helps optimize the light path in molded lenses.


PUBLISHED: 1/12/2020

Paper IML Trims PP Tub to a Skeleton

Stiff paper in-mold label provides topload strength while allowing removal of 76% of the PP in injection molded food tubs.


PUBLISHED: 1/10/2020

Guill Launches 10-Day Extrusion Tooling Program

Eligible tips and dies for this program cannot be plated and must have a diameter less than 1.5 in. and a length less than 4.75 in.