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Published: 10/18/2017

New Wave Technology Solves Biggest Conveying Problems
New wave conveying technology from Conair gently moves your materials at comparable output rates without damaging resins.

Published: 4/10/2017

Extrusion 2017 Conference: Call for Papers
By presenting at the conference you can establish yourself as a thought leader in the world of extrusion.

Published: 2/27/2017

The Primary Importance of Secondary Equipment
Resin drying, resin conveying and process heating and cooling are as vital to the injection molding process as the press and tool, and they get their due at Molding 2017.

Published: 7/20/2016

Add Dirt to Your Resin?
No, it’s not recommended, but some people do it anyway. Inadvertently, through carelessness or lack of training.

Published: 3/2/2016

Optimized Molding Is Possible With Material Drying, Handling
Injection speed and overall cycle time are often the focus for molders pursuing optimized processes, but for truly efficient production, molders should consider how and in what state material arrives at the machine.

Published: 10/7/2015

Don't Be Left Out: Register for Extrusion Conference 2015
  The thing with most successful companies is that they get involved.  This is no different among plastics processors.

Published: 9/29/2015

Register for Extrusion 2015 by Friday and Save
  Have you registered yet for Plastics Technology’s upcoming Extrusion 2015 Conference?

Published: 8/27/2015

Are You A Film or Sheet Processor? Find out at Extrusion 2015
  Have you checked out Plastics Technology’s upcoming Extrusion 2015 Conference?

Published: 5/12/2015

Milan Plast Was Good With Plans To Be Even Better
Big international turnout at the triennial international fair for the plastics and rubber industry, Milan Plast: check out the Plastics Technology slideshow.

Published: 11/25/2014

Are Fillers and Pigments Impacting Your Processing Parameters?
As parts are loaded with higher and higher levels of fillers, pigments, and more, processors don’t always consider the impact these additives have on production.