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  • 06-13-2006

    Krauss-Maffei: New Japanese Subsidiary

    Krauss-Maffei Kunststofftechnik GmbH of Munich/Germany founded a new subsidiary in Japan.   more

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  • 06-13-2006

    Lanxess: Compounding Line On-Stream

    Lanxess AG’s Semi-Crystalline Products unit started operating a compounding line for engineering plastics in Wuxi/China, within about 120km of Shanghai.   more

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  • 06-12-2006

    Thermochromic Pigmenting

    Newly developed thermochromic pigments can be incorporated directly into commercially available resins during processing. This means that completely new product groups are coming within reach.   more

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  • 05-22-2006

    Precise Mould Temperature Control

    A new mould temperature control system permits production of optical discs with exceptional replication accuracy at very short cycle times. The wider process window simplifies production of HD-DVDs and Blu-ray Discs.   more

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  • 05-08-2006

    Thermoformable Melamine Foam

    Foams made from melamine resin are lightweight, temperature-resistant and withstand many chemicals. With a new, thermoformable version of this foam, production costs can be reduced considerably.   more

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  • 04-24-2006

    Injection Moulding of Liquid Silicone Rubber Foams

    For the first time it has become possible to foam liquid silicone by using physical blowing agents. This process permits production of components with entirely new properties.   more

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  • 04-03-2006

    Extrusion with Ceramic Screws

    Metal screws are used almost exclusively in the plastics industry when melting plastics. As part of a research project, ceramic screws have now been developed to the stage where they are suitable for use in production.   more

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  • 03-22-2006

    Photosensitive Plastics with a Memory

    Plastics with a memory recover their original shape under certain circumstances. To date, the memory effect was usually triggered by a change in temperature. Now, it is possible to restore the original shape with the aid of UV light.   more

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  • 03-06-2006

    Clean From the Outset

    Thanks to a new production line, the requirements of the pharmaceutical industry regarding POM can be met successfully. Impurities in raw materials and product are eliminated; a computer-aided quality management system assures complete documentation.   more

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  • 02-20-2006

    Lower Energy Costs During Injection Moulding

    A newly developed accessory compensates for the reactive power (power factor correction), thus reducing power consumption during injection moulding. The processor can reduce the costs for electricity and decrease the load on the grid while contributing to environmental protection.   more

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  • 02-06-2006

    Clean PET Flakes Through Use of Filtration

    The quality of recycled PET flakes improves considerably when the hot wash solution is filtered. A new process can be adapted to various system concepts.   more

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  • 01-23-2006

    Energy-Efficient Underwater Pelletizing

    Thermally insulated die plates improve the energy balance during underwater pelletizing. The melt is maintained at temperature in the region of the die plate and cools only when it encounters the process water.   more

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  • 01-09-2006

    Mould Base System Saves Time and Money

    Using a newly developed modular mould base system, injection moulds can be produced economically and quickly. This greatly facilitates production of smaller quantities.   more

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  • 12-19-2005

    Low-Cost Composite Profiles in Small Quantities

    At the Institute for Design and Composite Structures (Institut für Konstruktion und Verbundbauweisen e.V.), Chemnitz, a new method for producing glass fibre-reinforced composite profiles has been developed. The laminate makeup and wall thickness can be matched to the load regime of the supporting structure.   more

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  • 12-05-2005

    Thermoforming of Auto Body Components

    Fibre-reinforced composite materials are creating competition for their steel counterparts. A research project is currently being conducted to determine whether such parts are suitable from an economic standpoint for moderate-sized production runs in the automotive industry.   more

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  • 11-28-2005

    Interruption-free Cooling

    A new type of filter system for chilled water circuits combines the benefits of primary circuit filtration and side-stream (or by-pass) filtration. The filter does not create any pressure fluctuations and can be cleaned without shutting interrupting operation.   more

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  • 11-07-2005

    Integral Foam Structure Increases Strength

    Investigations indicate that the mechanical properties of foamed moulded parts are determined largely by the compactness and thickness of the skin zone. Fine-celled foamed parts with a compact skin zone thus exhibit better mechanical characteristics than homogeneous microcellular foamed products.   more

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  • 10-24-2005

    Special Coating Assures Better Viewing

    Scratches on plastic displays make them more difficult to read. Reflections from the surface also disturb viewing. Using the so-called PICVD technique, special multi-layer coatings can be applied to plastic surfaces. The pulsed plasma produces scratch-resistant, low-reflecting surfaces in a single step.   more

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  • 10-10-2005

    Direct Extrusion of Wood Fibreboard

    For direct extrusion of wood fibres with PP, the individual components are metered directly into the feed throat of the extruder. The resulting fibreboard has a width of 1200 mm and can be processed like wood.   more

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  • 09-26-2005

    Ejecting Miniature Parts via Ultrasonics

    Instead of being ejected mechanically, moulded parts can also be ejected from the mould through use of ultrasonics. This approach leaves no marks on the plastic surface – an important benefit when producing microinjection moulded parts.   more

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