Cashmere Molding needed to improve an existing production cell to meet a customer's demand for increased capacity and low price on a part for a powered facial cleaning device...and got what it wanted with some technology upgrades.
Jan 1, 2012
It might be the most novel use of a coconut since Gilligan and the Professor transformed one into a radio.
Nov 18, 2011
Inline foaming is a chore no more. A new fully automatic production cell from Arburg and sealing systems supplier Sonderhoff interlinks injection molding with seal foaming to save time and costs for producing parts like auto headlamp housing...
Nov 4, 2011
While a lot of manufacturers were hunkering down during the depths of the Great Recession of 2009, injection molder KSR International decided it was time to invest to beef up its throughput of automotive brake pedal modules, electronic sensors,...
Oct 20, 2011
On October 5, the Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA) co-sponsored a tour of the future.
Oct 14, 2011
They look a bit like brown poker chips on steroids, but the chocolate-colored discs created by University of Alberta researcher Dr. David Bressler and his lab actually represent an unlikely new source for bio-plastics.
Sep 13, 2011
It's funny how things live up to their name sometimes. Take Ontario-based contract injection molder Niigon Technologies Ltd. After 10 challenging years and a recent $10 million revamping, Niigon (Ojibway for "the future") is finally securing...
Aug 15, 2011
Hot runner systems have hit their stride as the desire to reduce scrap and improve efficiency and productivity motivates mold buyers to shell out the added dollars for the technology.
Jul 15, 2011
During then-senator Barack Obama's run for the American presidency a few years back, TV news pundit Chris Matthews notoriously described himself as having tingles of excitement running up his leg.
Jun 20, 2011
Die buildup is, to put it bluntly, a pain in the a**.
Jun 2, 2011