GUILL TOOL & ENGINEERING CO., INC.

Guill Launches 10-Day Extrusion Tooling Program

By: Jim Callari - Plastics Technology

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.
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Extrusion: 'Hybrid' Tool for Pipe, Tubing

By: Staff Report - Plastics Technology

New design incorporates the benefits of layer overlapping, while reducing unnecessary complexity and making the technology more cost-affordable.

Extrusion Tooling: Reciprocating Head Allows Profile-Shape Changes 'On the Fly'

By: Staff Report - Plastics Technology

Device eliminates the need to change tools to accommodate different profile shapes, eliminates assembly of finished profile.
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NPE2018 New Technology Focus: Pipe, Profile, Tubing

By: Jim Callari - Plastics Technology

Check out what’s new in pipe, profile and tubing extrusion.
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Extrusion/Compounding at NPE2018: More…More…More!

By: Jim Callari - Plastics Technology

More speed, flexibility and robustness. Across a gamut of extrusion applications, machine builders are introducing new machinery, components, and systems to dramatically raise the bar on productivity.
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Redesigned Multi-Layer Die for Precise Tubing


New Guill die can produce tubing from 1/1-6 in. OD for a range of applications.
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Coextrusion Line Demonstrates Technology for API Catheters

By: Jim Callari - Plastics Technology

At trade show, suppliers team to show how to run a medical tube that includes medicine.

Guill Opens Rheology Lab

By: Staff Report - Plastics Technology

Reportedly the only maker of round extrusion dies to have such a facility.
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Suppliers Running Precision Fluoropolymer Tubing at Medical Show

By: Staff Report - Plastics Technology

Catheter tubing with an x-ray stripe made with contributions from four equipment suppliers.

Suppliers Team to Run Precision Teflon Tubing at Medical Show

By: Jim Callari - Plastics Technology

Apart from the triennial K Show, extrusion system suppliers don’t operate lines at trade fairs that much anymore.