Plastics Technology

AUG 2018

Plastics Technology - Dedicated to improving Plastics Processing.

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Inset photos courtesy of (from top to bottom): Windmoeller & Hoelscher Corp.; Processing Technologies International LLC.; Gardner Business Media, Inc. Your day at Extrusion 2018 starts with GENERAL SESSIONS focusing on issues important to you and to everyone involved in the extrusion process. Experts in everything from resin conveying, drying, blending, purging, direct extrusion, melt filtration, foaming, screw design, and more will share the latest innovations and best practices in the field. The general sessions are followed by BREAKOUT SESSIONS in each of the four major segments of the extrusion process: FILM, SHEET, COMPOUNDING, and PIPE/ PROFILE/TUBING. Feel free to move from track to track, as you select the breakout sessions that will help you troubleshoot solutions to your problems and concerns about any aspects of extrusion. See the full conference agenda at ExtrusionConference.com September 18-20, 2018 Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland Cleveland, Ohio Film Breakout Sessions Learn more about developments in die design, winding, materials, gauging, new coextrusion technologies, new tools to boost output, maintenance and troubleshooting. Compounding Breakout Sessions Hear from experts and troubleshoot is sues in venting, feeding, pelletizing technology, and more. Sheet Breakout Sessions Get updated on high-speed lines for PET, new developments in hea vy-gauge sheet, foaming, and upstream materials conveying and drying best practices. Pipe/Profile/Tubing Breakout Sessions Learn about the newest developments in tooling, downstream, quick-change extruders, new cooling techniques, and more. The first and only conference devoted 100% to all aspects of extrusion processing! A Plastics Technology Event A product of Gardner Business Media, Inc. Register TODAY!

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