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PUBLISHED: 2/20/2020

Additives: Flow Enhancers for Semi-Aromatic Nylon

Bruggemann’s Bruggolen TP-P1810 said to be the first flow enhancer for aromatic nylons. 

PUBLISHED: 2/20/2020

Materials: Extremely Lightweight and Foam-Free TPEs

Kraiburg’s TPE’s new TPE technology incorporates 3M’s Glass Bubbles to create extremely lightweight thin-wall moldings. 

PUBLISHED: 2/20/2020

Extrusion: New Extruder Line Targets Medical Applications

Series comes with a range of standard features. Customization also available.

PUBLISHED: 2/18/2020

Injection Molding: New Series Features Wider Platens

Yizumi-HPM’s new DP-N-WP wide-platen Series of two-platen servo hydraulic injection molding machines provide greater tie bar spacing and longer clamp strokes to support bigger mold heights and weights.

PUBLISHED: 2/13/2020

Materials: Long-Fiber-Reinforced Engineered Compounds for Medical Equipment Components

Solvay’s Xencor LFT targeted to structural medical equipment parts such as gear systems.

PUBLISHED: 2/12/2020

Recycling: New Developments in Recycled Content Labels

Avery Dennison and Sabic are working on a recycled polypropylene (rPP) label; UPM Raflatac announces new recycled content film labels.

PUBLISHED: 2/12/2020

Materials: Medical-Grade Compounds and Concentrates for Laser Welding

Clariant supports a ‘Quality by Design’ approach to laser welding of medical devices.

PUBLISHED: 2/12/2020

Additive Manufacturing: New Mid-Range 3D Printer

The new J826 from Stratasys is a lower cost option that broadens access to full-color, seven-material PolyJet 3D printing for enterprise shops and educational institutions.

PUBLISHED: 2/11/2020

Materials: Colored Polysulfones for Healthcare Applications

Techmer PM and BASF have launched colored Ultrason grades.

PUBLISHED: 2/11/2020

Materials: Modified PEBA and TPU Medical Compounds Resist Hydrolytic Degradation

Clariant’s new Mevopur medical compounds allow for high loadings of radiopaque metals.