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Published: 8/10/2018

Clock’s Ticking: Register Now for Extrusion 2018 Conference and Save
Early-bird discount of $100 for full conference ends Aug. 16.

Published: 8/1/2018

Do You Process Pipe/Profile/Tubing? Then Check out the Extrusion 2018 Conference
Technology experts to address a wide range of topics—from simulation to feeding to die design to sizing to downstream consideration—next month in Cleveland.

Published: 7/26/2018

Do You Process Sheet? Then Check out the Extrusion 2018 Conference
Leading sheet-extrusion experts present processing tips, die design guidelines, troubleshooting, info on running heat-sensitive polymers, advances in controls and more. 

Published: 7/20/2018

Extrusion 2018 Conference: Plenty to Learn for Film Processors
We’ve moved the premier, global conference for extrusion to Cleveland.

Published: 6/21/2018

Bringing Science to ‘Art’ of Extrusion
Scientific Extrusion among the many topics to be explored at Extrusion 2018 Conference.

Published: 6/13/2018

Registration Opens for Extrusion 2018 Conference
Industry-leading—and first-of-its-kind—annual conference devoted to all things extrusion is coming to Cleveland in September.

Published: 6/12/2018

EconCore and MEAF Partner in Specialized Lab Extruder Development
Check the latest in EconCore’s progress in the development of new all-thermoplastic continuous honeycomb cores. 

Published: 5/24/2018

SPE Extrusion Holding Two Single- and Twin-Screw Minitecs
Twin-screw extrusion theory, principles, tips and practices covered in Detroit, with a single- and twin-screw seminar planned for Georgia.

Published: 4/17/2018

Toray Plastics America Garners Rhode Island Workforce Development Award
Toray Plastics America Inc. (TPA) was recently recognized by the Providence Business News (PBN) as the best among Rhode Island manufacturers for its training and career advancement programs.

Published: 4/12/2018

Meat and Poultry Film Market Outlook; Where’s the Growth?
Stagnant population growth has stymied growth a bit in what is clearly a very high-tech film extrusion market.