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PUBLISHED: 4/23/2018

Blow Molding: Injection-Blow Molder Gets a Speed Boost

Closed-loop hydraulics trim dry-cycle times of Jomar’s mid-size injection-blow molder.


PUBLISHED: 4/3/2018

New Series of Flexible High-Speed Blow Molders

The APF-Max PET reheat stretch blow molding machines have an output range of 6000 to 14,000 bph for containers from 0.2 – 3.0 L.


PUBLISHED: 3/30/2018

Blow Molding: On-Line Training For PET Processing

PTI adds new training services that let you set your own schedule.


PUBLISHED: 3/29/2018

Blow Molding: Enhanced PET Stretch-Blow Machine And New Leak Tester

All-electric reheat stretch-blow machine offers new features for custom blow molders. Enhanced leak tester handles small to large containers.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2018

Blow Molding: New-Generation Automatic Baggers for Blow Molded Containers

Heat-shrinkable film is fed from a roll and formed into bags for blow molded products.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2018

Blow Molding: Bottle & Preform Inspection Systems At NPE for First Time

Torus gauges measure wall thickness, neck finish, body dimensions, and perpendicularity.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2018

Blow Molding: Wide-Ranging PET Technologies for Higher Productivity & Specialty Products

Nissei ASB brings one- and two-stage stretch-blow machines for beer bottles, airline liquor miniatures, sports bottles, premium cosmetics, and wide-mouth jars.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2018

Three-Layer Bottles with Auto Weight Control

All-electric machine produces three-layer bottles that are leak tested and weighed, with automatic feedback to adjust the process.


PUBLISHED: 3/26/2018

Collaborative Robots Help Automate Blow Molding Lines

Collaborative robot arm automates bottle/jar packing at half the cost of conventional automation.


PUBLISHED: 3/23/2018

Foam Blow Molding Advances to Commercial Use

W. Muller’s three-layer coextrusion head, with nitrogen gas injected in the center layer, has found its first commercial application in large agro-chemical containers.


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