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Published: 10/31/2018

What Thermal Imaging Can Do for Your Molding Process
It can aid in process development, production monitoring, and troubleshooting. Here’s one molder’s primer on the subject.

Published: 10/31/2018

Conformal Cooling Helps Get Heat Out and Cycle Time Down
Conformally cooled sprue bushings help automotive molder reduce cycle times and injection pressures for a high-volume component.

Published: 10/22/2018

Milacron Demonstrates iMFLUX Low-Pressure Injection Molding at Fakuma Show
Milacron is first to demonstrate this innovative low-pressure process at a trade show.

Published: 10/4/2018

Long-Time Machinery Rep Levine Dies
Helped bring Boy and Arburg into U.S. market.

Published: 9/30/2018

Up to Snuff on Scientific Molding? Then it’s Time to Mold ‘Systematically’
Scientific molding is centered around learning about key molding principles and theories. The strategic application of those principles and theories is what’s known as systematic molding.

Published: 9/30/2018

Screw Wear: Understanding Causes, Effects, and Solutions
Here’s how to find out what’s happening to your screw and what to do about it.

Published: 9/26/2018

Christina Keller to Lead Cascade Engineering
Keller takes over for Mark Miller who officially retires at the end of September.

Published: 9/18/2018

Paulson Names Karen Paulson As New President
Karen’s new post makes her the first female president of this plastics training company, a company founded by her father, and veteran educator, Donald Paulson.

Published: 8/28/2018

Pellet to Gate Control: The Value of a Holistic View of Melt Management
Molders tend to think about the elements of a melt-delivery system, from screw to hot-runner gate, in isolation from each other. But taking an integrated view of the whole system can have big consequences for cycle time, part quality, scrap rates, a...

Published: 8/9/2018

Technology Showcase at Wittmann Battenfeld’s 10th Anniversary Event
New injection machines, robots, auxiliaries, and software highlighted the two-day gala, along with some peeks at the future of “smart factories.”