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  • Pennsylvania plastics company becomes fully employee-owned

    The C&J board of directors decided to sell their shares to the company to create an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). This turned C&J Industries into a 100 percent employee-owned company. details>>
  • Motorcycle builder looking to break speed record with 3-D printed bike

    Jessco Racing Ltd. in Bellingham, Wash. has set its sights on breaking the speed record for the 3000CC, partial Streamliner, pushrod, blown alcohol (APS-PBF) class at Bonneville Speedway in Utah. details>>
  • McDonalds tries to reinvent the plastic straw for new shake

    McDonald's recently announced that it has teamed up with engineers from JACE Engineering and NK Labs to design a new STRAW (Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal, naturally) to be used with its Chocolate Shamrock Shake that will be released for St. Patrick's Day. details>>
  • Michelin introduces airless golf cart tire made from poly-resin spokes

    The airless tie is built with high-strength, poly-resin spokes that support the standard golf cart load and provide suspension-like characteristics. details>>
  • MIT engineers 3-D print hydrogel robot strong enough to catch fish

    Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) used 3-D printing and laser cutting techniques to build robotic structures out of their advanced hydrogel technology and then bonded those hollow structures to rubbery tubes connected to external pumps. details>>
  • Head & Shoulders creates first recyclable shampoo bottle for Europe

    Proctor and Gamble Company recently announced that Head and Shoulders, the company's top shampoo brand, has partnered with recycling experts TerraCycle and SUEZ and will be producing the first recyclable shampoo bottle composed of 25 percent recycled beach plastic. details>>
  • January report shows U.S. plastics industry continuing to grow

    In January, the Plastic Industry Association (PLASTICS) released it Size and Impact Report that indicated the U.S. plastics industry was in excellent shape, when compared with other American manufacturing industries. details>>
  • New desktop injection molding machine hits Kickstarter

    Engineers Kubi Kara and Burak Cevik, founders of the Ohio-based Advanced Production Systems (APSX), have recently created an alternative to 3-D printers with the development of the APSX-PIM, a desktop injection molding machine for the production of small quantities of plastic components. details>>
  • Automotive companies seeing the benefits of additive manufacturing

    From Audi to Renault Truck to McLaren F1, additive manufacturing has demonstrated the capability to benefit automotive companies in various ways from custom tooling to prototypes to engine components. details>>
  • EREMA presents equipment to create odorless recycling material

    EREMA unveiled its ReFresher at the K2016 in Dusseldorf to demonstrate a process for odorless recyclate in the post-consumer market. details>>
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