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Editorial

  • Manufacturing software tailored for small injection molding companies

    KrausMaffei recently announced the release of MaXecution, which is a manufacturing execution system (MES) that is tailored to meet the needs of small injection molding companies. details>>
  • International plastics recycling organizations partner on testing protocols

    The Association of Plastics Recyclers (APR), Plastics Recyclers Europe (PRE) and the European PET Bottle Platform (EPBP) have announced the formation of the Global Plastics Outreach Alliance, which will seek to coordinate efforts to create a Global Plastics Protocol. details>>
  • New food packaging solution from Milacron hitting shelves in Asia

    Milacron Holdings has announced that its Klear Cans, in partnership with S&W Fine Foods International (a Del Monte Pacific Ltd. company), have started hitting shelves in Asia. details>>
  • American surgical team completes first 3-D printed sternum implant procedure

    Anatomics provided a surgical team at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City) with a custom 3-D printed sternum and partial ribcage implant made from titanium and porous polyethylene (PE). details>>
  • APR kicks off campaign to promote market demand for recycled resins

    The Association of Plastics Recyclers (APR) announced the kick-off of its Recycling Demand Champion Campaign that is designed to expand market demand for recycled resins and improve plastic recycling rates in North America. details>>
  • New video from BPF shows the multiple lives of plastic

    The British Plastics Federation (BPF) recently unveiled a new video that is intended to demonstrate the recyclability of plastics to a broader and non-technical audience. details>>
  • 3-D printed concrete bridge opens to cyclists in the Netherlands

    Cyclists in the Netherlands will be able to take advantage of the first 3-D printed concrete bridge in the world, which was recently opened to traffic in Noord-Om, a new section of the ring road around the village of Gemert. details>>
  • Exhibit produces stunning works of art from recycled plastics

    Running from Aug. 24 through Nov. 26 in Columbus, Ind., the Exhibit Columbus exploration of art, architecture, and design features work created by the Indiana University (IU) School of Art, Architecture, and Design that is created from recycled plastics. details>>
  • HP and Siemens announce partnership to accelerate 3-D printing for industry

    HP Inc. and Siemens recently announced that they are forming a partnership to try and accelerate 3-D printing technology for industrial-scale production through the HP-certified additive manufacturing (AM) software module that Siemens created. details>>
  • Partnership could lead to new hybrid CNC milling 3-D printer

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology (Fruanhofer IWU) in Chemnitz, Germany is collaborating with CMS, an Italian machine maker, to research and develop a new hybrid CNC milling 3-D printer for thermoplastic composite parts. details>>
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