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Published: 1/15/2018

Molders With One Eye on the Technology Horizon Should Head to Molding 2018
When we survey our readers about the average age of their injection molding machine fleet, the most common response is in the teens.

Published: 12/27/2017

UMass Lowell Emphasizes Lab Work for Process Ready Graduates
The current and former department chair’s of UMass Lowell’s long-running plastics program take a break from finals to speak with PT.

Published: 12/26/2017

Decoding ‘Industry 4.0’
The biggest splash at NPE will come from the wave of technological innovation and futuristic enthusiasm known variously as Industry 4.0 or the Smart Factory or the Internet of Things.

Published: 12/12/2017

Registration for Molding 2018 Now Open
With a finalized agenda and a new parts competition, Molding 2018 officially opens registration.

Published: 12/7/2017

Molding 2018 Agenda Finalized
The initial agenda for the Molding 2018 Conference & Exhibit has been finalized with nine distinct sessions, more than 60 speakers and a growing list of exhibitors and sponsors.

Published: 11/21/2017

Injection Molders: Time to Show Off Your Most Innovative Parts
There are some things you can always count on seeing in the lobby of an injection molder.

Published: 11/13/2017

Lifetime Achievement Awardee Honored For Over 30 Years of Advances in Automotive Molding
Technical specialist Dr. Suresh Shah, who holds more than 45 Intellectual Properties including patents and trade secrets, was recognized at SPE Automotive Innovation Awards Gala.

Published: 11/7/2017

Everything Is Bigger in China
Where can you find a molder who buys 100 injection machines over five years, and then another 100 machines in 18 months? In China, that’s where.

Published: 11/6/2017

Mack Molding Adds ‘Largest Press in New England’
The 2360-ton Haitian press has a 268-oz shot capacity and the ability to handle 40,000-lb molds.

Published: 10/30/2017

Ube Shows Off Expanded Machine Line at U.S. Open House
Two 720-ton all-electric toggle presses and two servohydraulic 1500-tonners each from the Ube and the former Mitsubishi were on display in Ann Arbor.