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Published: 4/18/2018

It’s All About Speed at Sumitomo (SHI) Demag
Sumitomo Demag all-electric toggles and hybrid injection molding machines are molding high-speed medical and packaging applications.

Published: 3/27/2018

Boy Machines Shows Its Full Range in Orlando
From a micromolder to a 110-ton LSR press, Boy will have six machines on display. 

Published: 3/26/2018

Arburg Molding Cells Show Off LSR, High-Speed Packaging, Automotive Composites, and Industry 4.0
Arburg’s nine exhibits include an Allrounder 1120H (730 U.S. tons), molding eight components of folding step stool from a family mold and assembling via robot.

Published: 3/25/2018

Delicate Medical Molding: 4000 Bristles in One Shot!
Engel is molding eight interdental brushes having 500 bristles apiece, with less than a 2-g shot.

Published: 3/20/2018

Versatile Medical Grade TPEs
Elastocon TPE Technologies says the two grades can be injection molded, extruded or over-molded.  

Published: 3/7/2018

Materials: Copolyester Designed for Electronics Housings in Medical Devices
New copolyester available as a fully compounded, biocompatible, medical-grade polymer for medical device housings and hardware with strong impact and chemical resistance.

Published: 3/6/2018

High-Speed Packaging & Medical Demos from Netstal
Injection molding technologies for packaging and medical molding are on display, with an emphasis on Industry 4.0 functionality. 

Published: 3/5/2018

Materials: New PC Stands Up to Disinfectants, Oncology Drugs
Testing apparatus designed to show PC luers can resist cracking while submerged and under force.

Published: 3/5/2018

Materials: LSR Grades Offer Low-Temperature Curing, Primerless Adhesion to Copolyester
Curing at a lower temperature makes it feasible to overmold the materials onto heat-sensitive substrates, including copolyesters.

Published: 3/5/2018

Materials: New LSR Cures, Forms in the Body
Patented LSR delivery system allows implantation of pre-sterilized materials for in-situ cure and forming within the body.