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Surface Treatment


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Surface Treatment - Journals (101)

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  • Picture: Reducing Interfaces
    Kunststoffe international 2007/08, PAGE 48

    Networks (Trade Fair Report K 2007): Reducing Interfaces

    The Kreyenborg Group has specialized in the manufacturing of components and complete systems for production of pellets and recycling of...   more

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  • Picture: Washing without Water
    Kunststoffe international 2007/08, PAGE 69 - 70

    Film Recycling: Washing without Water

    At Reoplast in the Czech Republic soiled film flakes are pretreated in a dry-cleaning installation prior to extrusion. This distinctly...   more

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    We offer you this article for download free of charge with the kind assistance of M-A-S Maschinen- und Anlagenbau Schulz GmbH .

  • Picture: Pilot System as Reference
    Kunststoffe international 2007/08, PAGE 72

    Recycling of Hollow Products: Pilot System as Reference

    To reduce the costs associated with expensive raw materials, many companies are turning to the use of recycled materials to manufacture...   more

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  • Picture: Two-Stage Size Reduction
    Kunststoffe international 2007/08, PAGE 73 - 74

    Power Peaks Reduced: Two-Stage Size Reduction

    Plastic parts remaining after production can be granulated cost-effectively using a flexible two-stage size reduction system. Compared to...   more

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  • Picture: Permanent Identification
    Kunststoffe international 2007/06, PAGE 45

    Marking Laser: Permanent Identification

    Two workstations for marking moulded parts and film produced in small lot sizes are presented. These are complete solutions classified as a...   more

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  • Picture: PET Film with a High Proportion of Recycled Material
    Kunststoffe international 2007/04, PAGE 44 - 47

    Without Preliminary Drying: PET Film with a High Proportion of Recycled Material

    The combination of high-performance extrusion equipment with innovative filtration technology results in an overall concept that makes it...   more

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  • Picture: Optimised Material Usage
    Kunststoffe international 2007/04, PAGE 50 - 52

    Inline Recycling: Optimised Material Usage

    Rising material prices simultaneously increase the value of manufacturing waste. For injection moulding companies, inline recycling of...   more

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  • Picture: Transfer Moulding of Mixed Thermoplastics
    Kunststoffe international 2007/04, PAGE 53 - 55

    Direct Processing: Transfer Moulding of Mixed Thermoplastics

    Transfer moulding is suitable for moulding mixed plastics which are intrinsically incompatible with one another. An important field of...   more

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  • Picture: Chalk – Much More than a Problem Solver
    Kunststoffe international 2007/04, PAGE 56 - 57

    Sheet Production: Chalk – Much More than a Problem Solver

    Adding calcium carbonate powder during recycling reduces the deposits of printing ink in the compounding plants. Recycling sheets’...   more

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  • Picture: Regrind for Swiss Precision
    Kunststoffe international 2007/04, PAGE 58 - 59

    Repelletising: Regrind for Swiss Precision

    The production of small plastic parts for the watch industry produces a large amount of scrap in the form of sprues. Because of the low...   more

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  • Picture: Corona Treatment For Any Material Thickness
    Kunststoffe international 2007/01, PAGE 40 - 42

    Linear Plasma: Corona Treatment For Any Material Thickness

    A new type of surface technology offers the advantages of corona treatment for materials of any thickness for the first time. The...   more

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  • Picture: Carrier Film: New Possibilities for Decorating Thanks to 3-D Dye-Sublimation Printing
    Kunststoffe international 2006/09, PAGE 164 - 167

    Carrier Film: New Possibilities for Decorating Thanks to 3-D Dye-Sublimation Printing

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  • Picture: Technology Survey: Melt Filters for Compounding Polymers
    Kunststoffe international 2004/02, PAGE 67 - 72

    Technology Survey: Melt Filters for Compounding Polymers

    One of the key process steps in the compounding of polymers by extrusion is filtration, namely the elimination of all types of foreign...   more

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  • Picture: Recycling: Drinks from the Detergent Bottle
    Kunststoffe international 2003/09, PAGE 42 - 45

    Recycling: Drinks from the Detergent Bottle

    PET bottles are finding increasing use outside of the foodstuffs sector. A research project was conducted to establish whether such...   more

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  • Picture: Melt Filtration: Making Nonwoven Fabrics from Bottle Flakes
    Kunststoffe international 2003/08, PAGE 10 - 11

    Melt Filtration: Making Nonwoven Fabrics from Bottle Flakes

    Impurities disrupt melt spinning processes significantly and reduce the lifetime of the spin packs, particularly when processing reclaim...   more

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  • Picture: Waste Policy: Ways, Goals and Conflicts
    Kunststoffe international 2003/03, PAGE 5 - 6

    Waste Policy: Ways, Goals and Conflicts

    More than 120 experts from industry, politics and government authorities met in Bonn in January at a plastics industry symposium entitled...   more

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  • Picture: Portait: Pointers to the Future
    Kunststoffe international 2003/03, PAGE 7 - 10

    Portait: Pointers to the Future

    Last year, the company A. Maier Präzision GmbH celebrated its 150th anniversary. The company enjoys a world-wide reputation: headquartered...   more

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  • Picture: Marking Plastic Products
    Kunststoffe international 2002/12, PAGE 19 - 21

    Which Technology for which Application?: Marking Plastic Products

    Plastic products can be marked by different methods. The important criteria to be used in selecting the most suitable technology can be...   more

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  • Picture: Marking Plastic Pipes
    Kunststoffe international 2002/04, PAGE 22 - 23

    Ink Jet Marking on the Rise: Marking Plastic Pipes

    Plastic pipes are marked in the manufacturing process to ensure traceability during the entire life span of the product. For pipe...   more

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  • Picture: Printing Plastic Surfaces Precisely and Economically
    Kunststoffe international 2001/06, PAGE 9 - 14

    Printing Plastic Surfaces Precisely and Economically

    Following the manufacture of a plastic product, it is often necessary to treat its surface by painting, embossing, polishing or printing...   more

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