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Silicone News June 22, 2018

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Penn State researchers use 3D printing to enhance silicone

STATE COLLEGE, Pa.—A team of Penn State researchers recently discovered how to improve the cell adhesion and strength of a silicone polymer with 3D printing.

Tudertechnica spending $8 million to expand plant

MARCO ISLAND, Fla.—Specialty hose manufacturer Tubigomma Deregibus is spending $8 million to add 40,000 square feet to its Padua, Italy, factory, a project that will include a clean room for silicone hose.

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Heat shield technology protects EV batteries

WEINHEIM, Germany—As electric vehicles continue to bring on more powerful batteries, Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies is working on new technological approaches to help battery cells keep cool.

Burteck branches into LSR tooling

WINDSOR, Conn.—Burteck is getting ready to break into liquid silicone rubber.

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Profits drop for surfactant maker Maysta

NANJING, Jiangsu—China's largest polyurethane surfactant maker Jiangsu Maysta Chemical reported a $7.97 million net profit in 2017, down by 26 percent from 2016.

Plastics leaders pitch industry to students during NPE

ORLANDO, Fla.—On the last day of NPE2018, Jennifer Kane brought students from her engineering classes at Orlando's Timber Creek High School to the massive trade show. They were excited to see injection molding, 3D printing and robotics. And they weren't disappointed.

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