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Published: 9/1/2019

K 2019 Preview: Green's the Theme in Extrusion & Compounding
Themes of sustainability and the Circular Economy will be visible at the booths of many suppliers of extrusion and compounding equipment—film, in particular.

Published: 5/13/2019

Extruder Degassing: Is a Central System Right for You?
Centralization vacuum pumps have been used for many decades, most widely used in packaging. For extruder degassing the technology can be useful when several production lines are operated in parallel

Published: 5/1/2019

Registration Open for Extrusion 2019 Conference
Sign up and save for the conference devoted to all things extrusion, September 17-19 in Chicago.

Published: 2/1/2019

Follow These Guidelines to Select the Right Pelletizing System
Which pelletizing system is right for your application? Is the one you’re using today necessarily the right choice for tomorrow? Here’s is an analysis that can help you decide among the three major options.

Published: 2/1/2019

Call for Papers: Extrusion 2019
Stage is set as conference devoted to all things extrusion heads for Chicago. Interested in speaking? Let us know by Feb. 22.

Published: 10/19/2018

Farrel Pomini Inducted into American Manufacturing Hall of Fame
One of four companies so honored in early October.

Published: 9/5/2018

Leistritz Adds 3D Filament Line to Lab
System helps customers develop and produce 3D filaments from a co-rotating or counter-rotating twin screw extruder.

Published: 8/2/2018

Growing Compounder Targets Tolling
Illinois-based compounder BPC boosts capacity with high-output twin-screw to target more toll-compounding business.

Published: 5/8/2018

Responding to Challenges, Opportunities Of ‘Booming’ Plastics Market
Coperion sees a trend toward bigger, higher-output systems in polyolefin production, and flexibility in custom compounders. 

Published: 4/27/2018

‘Follow the Plan’ When Installing and Commissioning Compounding Lines
A fully operational and documented system doesn’t happen by chance. An efficient, well-designed installation plan, prepared well in advance, will put you on the path to maintaining a timeline and budget.