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Published: 1/3/2019

Plastics Technology’s Top 10 Most-Viewed Blogs of 2018
Nylon 66 supply issues, 3D printing, injection fill time tips, NPE2018 news and more—here are the 10 most-viewed blogs at in 2018.

Published: 12/11/2018

Volume Resins to Enter New Year Generally on a Downward Pricing Trajectory
Significant decline in raw materials, general year-end slowdown, and resin export and/or import challenges contribute to this trend.

Published: 11/26/2018

Premium Recycled Nylon 66 Chosen for Molded Spray Lances of High-Pressure Cleaners
Solvay’s Technyl 4earth selected by global cleaning technology OEM to foster sustainability roadmap.

Published: 11/22/2018

Honeycomb Core Sleeve Packs Set New Performance Standard
Sleeve packs produced with EconCore’s ThermHex technology outperform alternatives in container box compression tests. 

Published: 11/20/2018

Several 'Firsts' Characterize Winners of SPE Auto Innovation Awards
With the addition of an ‘additive manufacturing’ category, the winners of all nine categories exemplify continued innovation and transferability in the use of plastics.

Published: 11/13/2018

Copolyester & Engineering Bioplastic Score Highly in Molded Acoustic Enclosures
Collaboration with audio product development pro resulted in in-ear monitor housings with superior acoustic performance. 

Published: 11/6/2018

Inaugural Student Radio Controlled Car Race & Design Competition
SPE’s Thermoforming Division announced the winners of this first-time event.

Published: 10/18/2018

SPE Automotive Division's 2018 Hall of Fame Winner
The 2003 Honda Element compact SUV featured the first injection molded thermoplastic (PC/PBT) rear energy absorber for a vehicle bumper system.

Published: 10/8/2018

Global Engineering Plastics Market to Grow by Over Seven Percent
New study projects strong growth for PC, nylon, ABS, PET & PBT, acetal, and fluoropolymers.

Published: 10/4/2018

Collaboration Transforms Nylon-Based Fishing Net Waste into High-End Surfboard Components
DSM and watersports company Starboard partner in the collection and upcycling of discarded fishing nets.