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Articles from Plastics Technology (August 1, 2003)

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A show of ideas. Naitove, Matt 260
Adhesives get uniform 360[degrees] UV cure. 126
Albemarle to buy Rhodia's phosphorus FR agents. 91
Antioxidant blends target long-glass PP. 80
Barrel heating gets faster, more efficient. Leaversuch, Robert 463
BASF to help develop PHA biopolymer. 125
Belt polishing system for flat webs goes commercial in Europe. 135
Better barrier screws emerge. 147
Blow molding: long-stroke machines go rotary, all-electrics grow larger, and PET bottles get a new "glass" coating. Visitors to the show got to see all these and more. Leaversuch, Robert 1366
Ciba & Techmer cooperate in masterbatches. 116
Clariant & Ingenia Polymers team up. 96
CNC for mold engraving. 82
ColorMatrix to market BP's oxygen scavenger. 176
Computer flow analysis helps develop new profile dies faster. Perdikoulias, John 891
Consumer appetite grows for injection molded disposable dinnerware. Thedinger, Bart 566
Dual-rotor batch mixer devolatilizes too. 87
Engel looks for bigger role in PET preforms. 155
Epoxidized additive promotes adhesion. 80
Epoxy for resin-infused large parts. 83
Extrudable HIPS boosts printability & ESCR. 110
Extrusion: gearless extrusion, cryogenic profile calibration, wireless data communications, and automatic start-up of blown film lines are just a few of the new ways to raise efficiency and output that were highlighted at NPE. Schut, Jan H. 2860
ExxonMobil unveils new family of metallocene EP elastomers. 210
Fast-change tooling for U-frames. 112
FDM rapid prototypes use polyphenylsulfone. 90
Find defects in formed trays automatically. 86
FR-PPA sets up fast in water-cooled molds. (Materials. 96
Freezer-grade HDPE hangs tough on ice. 146
Full-body labels now appear on formed cups. 157
Get extruders quick! 142
Get striking graphics on pultrusion glass veil. 171
Glass roving and mat for pultrusion, winding. 110
Glass/polyphenylsulfone to replace aluminum. 89
How thin is thin? 146
In-mold finishing for industrial parts. 250
Industry Datebook. 362
Injection molding: stress-free production of large car windows, in-mold painting, and an injection unit that applies pack and hold while accumulating the next shot were a few of the cutting-edge technologies on display. Knights, Mikell 3871
Injection nozzle heater has simple clamping band. 102
John Deere tractor gets DCPD hood. 156
Laser scoring gives film a curvy groove. 105
Level indicator offers more features for less. 118
Long-range static bars speed bag making. 126
Milacron offers training in molding & SPC. 80
Modeling & assembly management get easier. 247
Molded-in fabrics give new look and feel to electronic enclosures. Leaversuch, Robert 620
New molding & tooling technologies in the pipeline at Germany's IKV. Knights, Mikell 935
New source for coating and laminating lines. 98
New source of external gas molding process. 81
New twist in thermoplastic composites makes high-strength, net-shape fasteners. Leaversuch, Robert 566
New vibe compatibilizes polymer blends. 193
OSHA launches online machine-guarding advice. 91
Plastics a carpenter could love. Schut, Jan H. 631
Polyurea spray gun gets several updates. 95
Prices are soft, except for PP. Schut, Jan H. 1936
Process aid is entirely vegetable based. 103
Small, see-through hopper. 117
Starch polymer appears in corrugated foam sheet. 179
Tandem tools: new twist on stack molds for larger parts. Knights, Mikell 977
Thermoforming: soaring interest in in-mold finishing techniques for injection molding and fiber-reinforced composites offers new prospects for cut-sheet formers. Leaversuch, Robert 1209
Thixomolding presses are redesigned. 188
Two screw makers join forces. 92
World's first BOPE line. 104

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