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  • Biodegradable plastic developed from sugar and carbon dioxide

    Researchers at the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) at the University of Bath (U.K.) have developed a process for creating biodegradable polycarbonate plastic from sugars and carbon dioxide at low pressure and at room temperature. details>>
  • Researchers make breakthrough in welding 3-D printed thermoplastics

    A team of researchers at Texas A&M University (College Station, Texas) along with scientists from Essentium Materials and TriFusion LLC have discovered that carbon nanotubes hit with microwaves can be used to locally heat 3-D printed thermoplastic parts to enhance welding in the build direction. details>>
  • Industry experts give advice on mounting an injection mold

    A recent article from Plastics Technology brought together five industry professionals with more than 200 years of experience in plastics manufacturing to give step-by-step best practice for mounting a mold in a horizontal injection molding machine. details>>
  • Plastics eMarket Tip of the Week: Chemical Corrosion Resistance of Plastic

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter is back to explain how to avoid chemical corrosion in plastics by ensuring that the proper concentration of the chemical is used. details>>
  • Researchers describe novel high-performance, bio-based polyamide

    Researchers from Donghua University (Shanghai, China) recently had their work published by the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) describing the high-performing mechanical, thermal, and water absorption properties of poly(pentamethylene oxamide). details>>
  • Czech research team turns car plastic into foam with coconut oil

    A team of researchers at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague has developed a method for recycling the plastic components of end-of-use vehicles using coconut oil and reusing the material as a foam for construction, packaging, and automotive industries. details>>
  • Plastic 12-bit RFID tag and read-out system demonstrated by IMEC

    Imec, an international research institute in Leuven, Belgium that is focused on the study of nanoelectronics, Quad Industries, Agfa, and TNO have announced the demonstration of a plastic, 12-bit RFID (radio-frequency identification) tag and read-out system with screen-printed circuitry. details>>
  • Plastic and carbon-fiber components add to speed of racing boats

    The America's Cup boats on display are racing at speeds that are far faster than the winds that are powering them because of the addition of plastic and carbon-fiber components that give the boats lift and enhanced aerodynamics. details>>
  • Tip of the Week: Kynar and Chemicals

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter is back to explain how Kynar (PVDF, polyvinylidene fluoride) can stand up to a number of corrosion-resistant chemicals, but not to sodium hydroxide (lye), acetone, diethylamine, or phosphoric acid. details>>
  • Researchers finding greener ways to make plastic precursors

    Researchers at the University of Illinois are developing more environmentally-friendly catalysts for the production of plastic precursors based on knowledge of the properties of specific metals and how those metals react with hydrogen peroxide. details>>
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