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CMT Materials, the leading provider of plug-assist materials for the thermoforming industry, will showcase its range of HYTAC® syntactic foams at the upcoming K 2019 exhibition, which runs Oct. 16-23, in Düsseldorf, Germany. In Hall 3/G83, CMT Materials will highlight the latest innovative plug-assist materials – HYTAC C1R and HYTAC XTL – which have recently enjoyed strong market acceptance.
“We continue to see strong growth for copolymer and thermoplastic plug materials as the global plastics packaging market continues to evolve and grow throughout the world,” said Terry Woldorf, Managing Director for CMT Materials.
September 24-26, 2018
Fort Worth, TX
The SPE Thermoforming Division invites you to attend its 26th Annual Conference created exclusively by and for the Thermoforming Industry.
The following comments came from a thermoformer who participated in a recent workshop where CMT was invited to speak. We think it provides excellent insight into the daily challenges faced by operators and how a small change can have an outsized impact.
Landmark Plastic Corporation of Akron, OH specializes in the manufacture of plastic horticultural plant packaging and growing systems. One popular product is a six cavity transport tray thermoformed from recycled polypropylene. Continuous improvement efforts identified an unacceptably high reject rate upon start up caused by tear-outs in the raised corners of the part. This offered […]
In the summer of 2013, a major thermoforming company with operations in Latin America decided to perform testing on the newest thermoplastic syntactic, HYTAC® XTL. The tool designer and machine operators were already familiar with B1X and were using XTL for the first time. What follows is an excerpt from their report.
A leading North American thermoforming company recently made the switch from HYTAC WF to HYTAC XTL. The reasons for doing so highlight the dual advantages of aligning the choice of plug material with the rest of the thermoforming variables. In this case, the processor found a high rate of inconsistency across the plug surfaces which […]
It is one of our favorite thermoforming questions: “Which is more important – the plug material or the plug geometry?” It’s really a trick question, though, because the answer is usually, “It depends!” CMT Materials was recently approached by a customer with a stubborn plug mark on a cup. Together, we performed a test with […]