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Articles from Plastics Engineering (April 1, 2016)

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An improved polypropylene. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 139
ANTEC[R] Indianapolis 2016: back to the future: this year's event returns to the Midwest, the center of plastics processing in the USA. Tolinski, Michael 1741
Blowing and filling containers. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 148
Building effective interdisciplinary product development teams: a trio of product design veterans explain how. Grace, Robert 1282
Butler Automatic. 212
Clariant. 313
Comparing thermoplastic elastomers and thermoset rubber: each class of material is well suited for its range of applications, but there are key differences. Jansen, Jeffrey 1492
Energy-saving tip #63. Kent, Robin Brief article 323
Equipment innovations give a big boost to plastics recycling: from technology upgrades to equipment that deals with mounting problems with incoming materials, equipment manufacturers are providing solutions to help plastics recycling grow. Verespej, Mike 2410
Eriez. 168
HDPE pumping stations. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 140
Health assurance: ongoing developments in medical plastics are speeding innovations that could extend the reach, effectiveness, and safety of medical devices. Toensmeier, Pat Cover story 2506
Honored processor: "hire for attitude--train for knowledge". 348
Hydroforming composites. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 150
Integral Technologies, Inc. Brief article 153
Kraiburg TPE. Brief article 243
Linpac. 310
Long fiber-reinforced plastics. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 145
Mactac Technical Tapes Products. 273
Metabolix, Inc. Brief article 217
Moldmaking beyond the tooling: NyproMold addresses medical molders' needs in multiple ways. Tolinski, Michael 1758
Nonlinear models speed up development of foamed plastics. Bulsari, Abhay; Talja, Markku 1917
Other upcoming events. Calendar 259
Overmolded Golf Tees. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 153
Phase behavior of polyamide 6/612 blends. Shi, Ying 2196
Plastics and composites bonding with adhesives and tapes: even difficult-to-bond plastics can be joined together with the proper adhesive. Loushin, Shari 1602
Reactive fluoropolymer powders. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 141
Recycling the unrecyclable: industry innovations aim to keep traditionally difficult-to-recycle plastics out of the landfill. Lamontagne, Nancy D. 1431
Rescuing the ocean with skateboards and sunglasses: Bureo is making waves in the recycling sector by turning reclaimed fishing nets into cool products. Breuer, Gerold 1327
Shape memory clamps. Corneliussen, Roger Brief article 165
SPE conferences. Calendar 515
SPE. Brief article 142
Sun Chemical. 163
Sustainability: big challenges, big solutions: re/focus presenters describe the biggest sustainability challenges facing the plastics industry today--and what to do about them. Cover story 1909
The Dow Chemical Company. Brief article 171
The FLiP Files. Interview 808
Transforming lives with 3-D printing: customized prosthetics, stents, and splints ore allowing the children who need them to live full and healthy lives. Evans, Jon 1627
With the addition of Solvay Specialty Polymers' KetaSpire[R] polyetheretherketone (PEEK) polymer food-contact grades (which meet both U.S. Food & Drug Administration and EU Commission 10/2011 regulations), Austria-based Zell-Metall GmbH, a manufacturer of extruded engineering plastic stock shapes, has enhanced its Zellamid[R] 1500 PEEK product line. 339

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