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PUBLISHED: 10/23/2018

Materials: Nylon 66 for Automotive Lightweighting

Ascend’s new nylon 66 Vydyne R433H is targeted to reinforcement of down-gauged steel & aluminum used in vehicle BIW structures.


PUBLISHED: 10/18/2018

Materials: Extrusion PPS Series Launched for Automotive

Solvay’s new Ryton extrusion grades for flexible, lightweight coolant lines, brackets and connectors advance complex auto thermal management assembly systems.


PUBLISHED: 10/17/2018

Materials: Low-Fogging, Low-Odor TPEs for Auto Interiors

Hexpol TPE’s new Dryflex Interior TPE compounds targeted to applications such as inlay mats in the dashboard, door and middle consoles as well as thumb wheels, switches and more.


PUBLISHED: 10/15/2018

Materials: Thermoplastic Elastomer Hybrids Boast Superior Heat & Chemical Resistance

Kraiburg’s new TEH hybrid compounds said to have outperform classic TPVs.


PUBLISHED: 10/2/2018

Materials: Flame-Retardant, Impact-Modified PC/PBT

New additions to extensive portfolio of UL listed resins and blends for E/E/ from Polymer Resources.


PUBLISHED: 9/4/2018

Materials: White-Pigmented Metallized BOPP Films

Toray Plastics America expands its portfolio of white films with five new additions.


PUBLISHED: 8/24/2018

Materials: First 3D Printing Flexible Material Based on PEBA

3D printed parts made from Evonik’s PEBA powder boast high flexibility, resistance to chemicals and outstanding durability.  


PUBLISHED: 8/21/2018

Materials: Self-Bonding LSR Optimizes Overmolding with Specialty Copolyester

Momentive’s new LSR series enables overmolding with Eastman’s Tritan in a single-step process.


PUBLISHED: 8/21/2018

Materials: High-Heat Glass-Reinforced Nylon 66 Compounds Outperform Comparable Nylon 66

Teknor’s new Creamis 240H7.5 can replace costly specialty polymers like PPA.


PUBLISHED: 8/21/2018

Materials: Heat-Resistant Biodegradable PLA Compound

FKuR’s optimized PLA compound boasts efficient processing.


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