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My customer wants me to submit to IMDS; what do I do now?

Friday, March 14th, 2014 | Permalink

As the economy tightens and manufacturers look for ways to trim costs, the largely unknown IMDS requirement gets pushed further down the supply chain. While the IMDS does nothing to improve your bottom line, you’re still on the hook for it. What can you do? Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  injection molding tooling read more

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My customer wants me to submit to IMDS; what do I do now?

Greenpak enters Chinese barrier market

Thursday, March 13th, 2014 | Permalink

Chinese company Greenpak has installed a seven-layer Evolution blown film line from Reifenhäuser Kiefel Extrusion, establishing the company as the first producer of barrier film in the greater Shanghai area.  Since the line came on stream, Greenpak has been producing symmetric and asymmetric barrier films for end products in the growing food and packaging industries, especially for those who are new to this market. Despite no experience in the field, the company believes it is off to a successful start.  Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  extrusion read more

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Putnam adds American Kuhne line to boost R&D

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 | Permalink

Putnam Plastics will place significant focus on research into advanced technologies for medical catheters in a recently completed 92,000 s.f. plant in Dayville, CT, CEO Jim Dandeneau said in an interview today at MD&M East in Philadelphia.  Among the investments in the new R&D area is an extrusion line from American Kuhne Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites read more

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New acrylic alloy targets PC, copolyesters in IV lines

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 | Permalink

  A new acrylic alloy is taking direct aim at injection molded polycarbonate and copolyesters used in IV line components requiring chemical resistance. Tests of the new material from Altuglas International, a subsidiary of Arkema, indicate that the new material, called Altuglas Luctor, resists attack from alcohols, lipid emulsions, plasticizers, TPN solutions, and new-generation oncology drugs. Contact with flexible PVC tubing can be a particular problem for the two medical plastics most commonly used in IV assemblies. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites read more

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Reporters Ran In Boston Marathon Before Covering Tragedy

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 | Permalink

headlinenews AP: A look at Boston Marathon bombing, investigation: Two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marath… http ://t.co/60pMFEoLJI · 6 minutes ago from twitterfeed … Email; Facebook; Twitter; Google Plus; RSS ; Mobile. HuffPost Daily Brief Media … As people lay badly bleeding in the smoke of the Boston Marathon bombings, rescuers immediately turned to a millennia-old medical device to save their lives – the tourniquet. 7:04 AM – Today …

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