MIT Scientist and “4D Printing” Pioneer Skylar Tibbits Joins Global Plastics Summit Program as Innovation Keynote Speaker
September 28, 2015
SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association and IHS Chemical announced that Skylar Tibbits, a research scientist in the MIT Department of Architecture and director of MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, will serve as the innovation keynote speaker for the upcoming 2015 Global Plastics Summit.
PolyOne Features Sophisticated Packaging Technologies and Inspiration at PACK EXPO 2015
September 25, 2015
PolyOne will highlight forward-thinking technologies for packaging at this year’s PACK EXPO in Las Vegas.
DuPont Performance Polymers Sponsors Nylon Exhibit at the University of Delaware
September 24, 2015
DuPont Performance Polymers will help support the opening of an exhibit showing the inner workings of the invention and commercialization of nylon through the notes and legacy of Joseph Labovsky, a core member of the nylon discovery team.
Medical Illumination Chooses Two High-Performance Solvay Polymers to Innovate Compact New LED Surgical Lighting System
September 23, 2015
Solvay Specialty Polymers announced that its Udel® polysulfone and Radel® polyphenylsulfone medical-grade polymers helped Medical Illumination International to design an innovative, more compact version of its flagship MI-1000 surgical lighting unit.
Ampacet launches FusionFx for random color effects and unlimited creativity
September 22, 2015
Ampacet Corporation has introduced FusionFx, four exciting color palettes that use proprietary technology to produce random flow of color effects.
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In this issue:
High Style for Automotive Interiors
Lamborghini R&D: The Cutting Edge of Composites
Recycling Automotive Plastics
Blow Molding Conference Preview
Cyclitech 2015: New Paths for Bicycle Design
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TOMRA Sorting Raw Materials
Turning Off-Spec into In-Spec
TOMRA Sorting Raw Materials manufactures the highest capacity bulk sorting platforms available for the virgin plastics industry, achieving high resolution detection with high efficiency while maintaining a superior yield. Read more.