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Published: 4/22/2019

New, Largest Boy Machine Arrives in U.S.
Open house displays first model of Boy 125 E to hit our shores.

Published: 4/18/2019

PPA Inducts Eight New Members
Plastics Pioneers Association adds to membership roster following April meeting.

Published: 4/7/2019

Fast-Growing Westfall Technik Acquires Two More Molders & a Moldmaker
Three purchases in the first quarter of 2019 add to the group’s focuses on medical and micromolding.

Published: 4/7/2019

Injection Molding & 3D Printing Combine to Make ‘Impossible’ Parts
Stereolithography cavity inserts can be injected with thermoplastic, then removed from the mold and dissolved away to leave a complex-shaped part.

Published: 4/3/2019

Engel Launches Wintec and Opens Second Office in Mexico
Weeks after opening a second location in the country near Monterrey, Engel used Latin America’s largest plastics event—Plastimagen—to introduce the Wintec brand of injection molding machines to the Mexican market.

Published: 3/27/2019

Plastics Industry Fly-In on March 27
This year’s Fly-In attendees will hold over 100 meetings with elected officials and their staff on the Hill

Published: 3/12/2019

Machine Learning Helps Software Fill Key Gaps in Plastics Data Sheets
MobileSpecs LLC has boosted the breadth and depth of its materials database for injection molders by applying a machine learning algorithm to predict missing information for key processing parameters, including data points like drying temperature.

Published: 3/10/2019

Heraeus and Engel Join Forces For Injection Molding Liquid Metals
New amorphous metal alloys from Heraeus and a special injection machine from Engel open up a new realm of injection molding possibilities.

Published: 3/10/2019

Linde Sells Industrial Gas Business to Messer Group
German industrial gas specialist acquires Linde portfolio of plastics molding and foaming technologies.

Published: 3/7/2019

Digitized Process Streamlines Hardware Ordering and Manufacturing
Husky says new components can be configured via a web interface and manufactured in a completely automated process, slashing lead times from several weeks to a few hours.