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  • Scientists Designing New Polymer to Communicate with the Brain

    Biological implants that communicate with the brain to control paralyzed limbs or provide vision to the blind are one step closer thanks to a US professor. The material also could be used for better energy storage in the next generation of battery technology and might find its way into other flexible future applications. details>>
  • Guidelines for Bonding Plastics

    To work effectively with plastics, manufacturers must be able to efficiently and permanently join plastic components into complete assemblies. More often than not, that means turning to adhesives. Whether bonding plastic to plastic or other materials, adhesives offer several benefits over other joining methods. details>>
  • What is Profile Extrusion?

    Profile extrusion is extrusion of a shaped product that can be a variety of configurations but does not include sheet or film products. It can include solid as well as hollow forms. Products ranging from tubing to window frames to vehicle door seals are manufactured this way. details>>
  • PVC Foam Board as an Alternative to Plywood

    One modern material, that has received little or no attention for building a boat itself, is expanded PVC Foam Board. It?s dissimilar to plywood with respect of rigidity (it?s fairly limber by comparison). It?s also rot proof, UV resistant, easy to work with, non-toxic, stable, holds a fastener reasonably well, easily glued, or hot air welded and water proof. details>>
  • Injection Molded Plastic Market to Witness Significant Growth Soon

    The global injection molded plastic market size was valued at USD 199.86 billion in 2014. The industry is anticipated to witness significant growth in the near future on account of increasing plastics component demand across various end-use industries including packaging, automotive, electrical & electronics, home appliances, and medical devices. details>>
  • Expanding Horizons with Rapid Tooling

    Providing customers with the ability to produce a production intent component in the production specified engineered resin in days rather than weeks is the goal of many mold manufacturers and molders. But today, Accu-Mold LLC reached that goal. The company recently invested in rapid tooling capabilities using 3D printing.rnAccu-Mold hopes to achieve a higher concentration of contract... details>>
  • Are You Getting Maximum Value From Your Plastic Scrap?

    If not, you?re throwing away money. The solution comes from knowing the difference between a scrap materials reprocessor and a recycler, and how to evaluate what a reprocessor can do for you. rnrnIn some rare cases, processors generate clean scrap that can be re-introduced into their process without additional, outside treatment. But what if, like most processors, you generate scrap that cannot... details>>
  • PlasticseMarket Tip of the Week: The Difference Between PVC & Polypropylene Welding Tips

    PlasticseMarket Tip of the Week: The Difference Between PVC & Polypropylene Welding Tips details>>
  • Plastics Assembly Machines Maximize Productivity

    Engineers have many options for joining plastic parts --- including ultrasonic, hot-plate, vibration, spin and laser welding. No matter which method you use, you would have found the latest technologies for plastic assembly at The recent ASSEMBLY Show. The following are some of the new plastics assembly technologies on display --- Infrared Welding System, Servo-Driven Hot-Plate Welder and... details>>
  • The Pultrusion Process Explained

    Pultrusion is a manufacturing process for producing continuous lengths of reinforced polymer structural shapes with constant cross-sections. Raw materials are a liquid resin mixture (containing resin, fillers and specialized additives) and flexible textile reinforcing fibers. The process involves pulling these raw materials (rather than pushing, as is the case in extrusion) through a heated steel... details>>
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