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Articles from Plastics Technology (March 1, 2006)

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'Assembly-line' production of injection presses at Demag. 178
'Pre-distortion' system aids printing on deep-draw formed parts. 356
Accumulator model boasts parison suction capability. 248
Basell joins LME plastics futures exchange. 138
Biggest U.S. pipe line. 158
Blade system puts ribs into structural blow molded parts. Grande, Joseph A. 480
Boltless flat die splits hydraulically. 134
Centering unit now fastens from both sides. 80
Ceramic screw handles highly filled materials. 134
Clear, non-tacky TPU for cure-in-place pipe lining. 114
Clear, tough copolyester for medical devices. 110
CNC band saw cuts sheet with less waste. 121
Coating enhances in-mold labeling. 156
Cold runners for LSR. 90
Conductive acetals are also colorable. 108
Conference-at-a-glance. Calendar 661
Copper chill roll needs no chiller. 175
Detecting, repairing & preventing water leaks: Part I of III. Johnson, Steven 1682
Die-drawn wood-PP boards are stronger and lighter. 197
Economical hot runners. 114
Electric toggle presses get clamp-force control. 149
Events-at-a-glance. Calendar 382
Extra-high-flow nylon 46 for small connectors. 105
Extreme-duty gears. 91
First clear aseptic pouch. 126
First commercial plant for new bioplastic. 148
Flax-filled foam PVC decking. 115
Gear molding: where it's headed: plastic gears are growing larger, more precise, more complex in geometry, and more powerful. High-performance resins and long-fiber compounds are aiding this evolution. Sheridan, David 1994
High-efficiency dryers for medium throughput. 130
Hotel + travel. 574
Industry datebook. Calendar 358
Laboratory twin-screw takes pellets. 188
Make polycarbonate flow easily without losing toughness or clarity. Naitove, Matthew H. 553
Material handling and drying are a molder's 'central' issue. Knights, Mikell 656
Microlayer films: new uses for hundreds of layers: early microlayer films gave an iridescent shimmer to decorative packaging. The newest films with hundreds and even thousands of layers are designed for gas barrier, uv blocking, electronic displays, and high-strength window-glass laminates. As applications grow, more processors want in on the action. Schut, Jan H. Cover story 1978
Mold locks & retainers fight abrasive wear. 135
New all-electric press breaches 3000 tons. 100
New ventures in carbon nanotubes. 144
New way to dry PET will debut at NPE 2006. 244
No ballscrews or belts on new electric drive. 189
Polar PE wax couples natural fibers in HDPE. 106
PolyOne holds onto specialty PVC, boosts compounding. 110
Polyurethane composites: new alternative to polyester & vinyl ester: high toughness, fast cure, and no styrene fumes are taking urethane composites beyond SRIM into pultrusion, filament winding, vacuum infusion, and spray-up. Sherman, Lilli Manolis 2876
PP copolymer for returnable containers, pallets. 91
PP-like resin for SLA rapid prototyping. 97
Process monitor makes data more useful. 127
Purging agent saves molder $2600 per purge! 154
Purging compounds for PE film & molding. 112
Recycled prices soften. Block, Debbie Galante 443
Resin prices soften, except for PP. Block, Debbie Galante 1933
Safer, non-heated resin cleaning solution. 82
Servo robots for mid-size presses. 124
Shredder gobbles trim from dimpled sheet. 114
Smart handling of regrind can improve your bottom line. Belcher, Samuel L. 1043
Soft-touch TPUs have broader hardness range. 89
Special conference sessions. Calendar 113
Suction blow molder is largest in series. 179
Tackified fabrics ease RTM & vacuum infusion. 114
The cheapest place to process plastics. Naitove, Matt 495
Thinner stretch film goes much farther. 129

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