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Published: 10/26/2017

New Approach Promises Better On-Machine Coloring for Injection Molding
New technology addresses limitation to injection molding with color or additive metering at the machine throat.

Published: 10/10/2017

Advanced Blending Solutions Expands Space, Staff and Capabilities
Advanced Blending Solutions (ABS; Wallace, Mich.) has added 40,000-ft to its facility, including space for assembly, warehouse, and offices.

Published: 9/26/2017

Medical Molder Cuts Resin Dust to Boost Quality & Output
As a result, part yields are boosted from only 3% to 60% or more.

Published: 9/1/2017

How Low Can Low-Rate Feeders Go?
More and more processors are looking for greater precision from their feeding equipment. Here’s what some are doing about it.

Published: 6/28/2017

PP Compounder Elbows Out Production Snafus
The Plastics Group of America eliminates monthly production stoppages, improves quality, and slashes maintenance expenses by installing new elbows on a pneumatic conveying line.

Published: 6/27/2017

10 Things to Know When Specifying Vacuum Conveying Systems for Powders
The priority is to maximize movement of powders while minimizing dust exposure.

Published: 6/27/2017

Understanding Low-Rate Feeding for Continuous and Batch Processes
Molders and extruders that need to feed tiny amounts of material to their process require precision in both the material being fed and the equipment doing the dosing. When a shot size consists of three pellets, there is no margin for error.

Published: 1/26/2017

Augmented Auxiliaries At K 2016
Incremental improvements to existing technologies combined with altogether new advances at the giant show.

Published: 12/18/2016

Auxiliary Equipment Suppliers Take Partners to Boost Extrusion Offerings
Maguire and Moretto acquire extrusion equipment and controls.

Published: 9/13/2016

AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT: Batch Software for Offline Mixing with Blenders
Ensures that the system blends at the fastest rate possible for any given materials.