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Sierra 57 trainers will provide a range of 40 bite-sized technical injection moulding courses at Arburg’s cutting-edge facilities. Learners will have the opportunity to hone their skills on the top-of-the-line Arburg Allrounder machines, ideal for customers who cannot release a moulding machine from their busy production runs for technical onsite training.
In 2013, MGS Technical Plastics upgraded from their previous premises in Bolton to their current location in Blackburn. Since the move, they have continuously invested in their facility, including an extension that expanded the warehouse and offices.
The facility is home to its manufacturing and assembly facility with 18 injection moulding machines, an onsite tool room, and offices.
Rutland Plastics has joined forces with Eureka to produce a webinar covering various aspects of plastic injection moulding design. The webinar includes information on mould tools, specifically the choice of material, with a section covering which thermoplastics are suited to
which applications, including case studies.
As additive manufacturing (AM) / 3D printing becomes an embedded production technology, the scrutiny on every aspect of the AM process chain intensifies.
In this article, Rebecca Wilkes, Order Manager at 3DPRINTUK discusses how in a fast moving and rapidly growing 3D printing environment, the issues of quality are a focus at every turn.
Formerra, a preeminent distributor of engineered materials, today announced it has acquired Total Polymer Solutions, a leading polymer distributor based in Dublin and serving Ireland, the United Kingdom, and broader Europe.
Total Polymer Solutions has worked with Formerra for over a decade serving Ireland and U.K.-based manufacturing operations of
multinational healthcare customers.
Hull University Teaching Hospitals (HUTH) NHS Trust worked with ICS Cool Energy, an international market leader specialising in complete temperature control solutions for the manufacturing
process and facilities applications, to retrofit and decarbonise their heating system with the latest heat pump and multi-pipe chiller technologies.
In March, Pentagon Tooling took delivery of a new Mikron VCE 600 Pro. It’s the first of three new machines making their way into the tooling department of the Pentagon Plastics Group.
a FORM E 600 CNC Spark Eroder, is due for delivery in mid-April, with the FORM E 350 following closely in May.