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Additives (Plastics, Ink and Coatings)
As Seen In Plastics Technology
Wide Spectrum of Enhanced Medical-Grade Resins & Compounds Spotlighted at MD&M West 2020
Targeted at an impressive array of applications, the range of new medical-grade materials include modified PC copolymers, PEBA and TPUs, specialty copolyesters, a gamut of engineered compounds, and an advanced LSR.
Materials: Medical-Grade Compounds and Concentrates for Laser Welding
Clariant supports a ‘Quality by Design’ approach to laser welding of medical devices.
Along with Sustainability, Advancements in Materials & Additives to be Highlighted at K 2019
Expect to see new materials and additives address sustainability but also emerging and growing technologies such as electrification of vehicles.
Product Color Trends as Seen by Color Research Futurists
Clariant and PolyOne give peeks at what’s to come in 2020.
Color Trends Suggest Disappointment but Also Determination
Clariant’s ColorForward team predicts 2018 colors to be organic tinged with grey, reflecting a “dark mood” among consumers.
A Pre-K2016 Experience in Belgium
EMG did a terrific job in bringing together some 25 trade press members to hear preliminary news from some key players in plastic materials and additives.
Additives News at K 2013
More economical, higher performing, sustainable, and more finely tailored to specific applications—those features summarize the key advantages claimed for new additives showcased at K 2013.
What to See at NPE 2006: Chemicals and Additives
Compounders, molders, and extruders will be treated to a wide range of new additives at NPE 2006.
Nanocomposites Do More With Less
For skeptics who may doubt that nanocomposites have yet proven themselves commercially viable materials, last year’s Nanocomposites 2005 Conference in San Francisco presented plenty of evidence that “nanos” are beginning to live up to their promise.
SPE Automotive Awards Highlight Materials and Processing Advances
What’s new in plastics on cars?
Nano-sized particles have mega-potential in plastics because just a pinch does so much more than heavy loadings of other additives. Three recent conferences presented almost 200 papers on the feverish pace of ‘nano’ R&D on boosting plastics’ mechanical and barrier properties, flame retardancy, and electrical conductivity.