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  • Plastics eMarket Tip of the Week: Spark Testers for Leak Detection in Tanks

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter is back to share his experiences and this week he discusses the use of spark testers in the construction of plastic chemical tanks. details>>
  • New catalyst from Berkeley Lab converts CO2 directly into multi-carbon fuels

    Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have created a novel electrocatalyst from copper nanoparticles that converts carbon dioxide directly into ethelyne, ethanol, and propanol with record-low input of energy. details>>
  • High-speed sintering process unveiled for 3-D printed end-use parts

    voxeljet AG, a 3-D printing company based in Friedberg, Germany focusing on industrial applications, has revealed that in November it will release a new high-speed sintering (HSS) process that was developed by researchers at Loughborough University (Leicestershire, U.K.). details>>
  • New process for creating polymer chains could lead to novel materials

    Researchers at Hiroshima University (Japan) have made a breakthrough in the creation of polymer chains that allows scientists to precisely define the order of molecules making up the polymer, which has the potential for producing materials that have not yet been imagined. details>>
  • Article explores advancements in gas injection molding

    A recent article from Plastics News explored the advancements that are being made by plastics manufacturers with gas injection molding (GIM) processes. details>>
  • Bird feathers inspire production of new structural colors

    Researchers at the University of Akron (Ohio) have developed a solution for producing structural colors inspired by bird feathers that can be used to create non-fading colors without pigments. details>>
  • New process uses heat to produce enhanced properties in bioplastics

    Researchers at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln have added a simple step for the production of plant-derived, biodegradable plastic that enhances its resistance to heat and moisture. details>>
  • New catalyst is potential game-changer for production of bioplastics

    Scientists have developed a highly-selective catalyst from ruthenium nanoparticles on a niobium pentoxide (Ru/Nb2O5) substrate that can produce primary amines from carbonyl compounds with ammonia and dihydrogen. details>>
  • Plastics eMarket Tip of the Week: Metal tank repair using flexible PVC

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter is back to share his experiences and this week he explains that chemicals in metal tanks can cause pitting, holes, or rust, which affects the chemistry of the materials in the tank. details>>
  • New hybrid 3-D printing process creates low-cost, flexible wearables

    Collaboration between engineers has developed a new hybrid 3-D printing process for fabricating soft electronics. details>>
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