Knit Lines in Injection Moulding and How to Minimise Them

In this blog, RJG explains what knit lines are in injection moulding and how you can minimise their appearance and improve overall part quality and strength.

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How Important is the Relationship Between your Moulder and Toolmaker?

“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people,” said Steve Jobs. Never is this more so than in the world of tooling and moulding. In this […]

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Reasons Medical Device Manufacturers Use Plasma and Corona Treatment

Plasma and corona surface treatment systems play an increasingly critical role in the manufacture of high-quality products within various high-technology industries around the world. In this blog, Tantec UK shares five reasons why medical device […]

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BEC Group: Mechanics and the Use of Recycled Materials

In this blog, the BEC Group discusses the mechanics and use of recycled materials as well as which industries are making headway (and not) in the recycling and reusing of plastic materials.

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The Two Causes of Flash and How to Troubleshoot Them

Struggling with flash? In this blog, process support and training provider RJG explains what flash is, its two causes and how to troubleshoot them.

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RJG: How to Change a Nozzle Tip on an Injection Moulding Machine

There are many reasons to change a nozzle tip, from damage to maintenance to switching out a colour. In this blog, RJG shares a step-by-step guide to properly changing a nozzle tip to prevent future […]

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What is Viscosity and How to Monitor it in Injection Moulding Processes

Viscosity is one of those tricky things that can throw off part quality if you don’t account for it. In this blog, process support and training provider RJG explains what viscosity is, why it’s important, […]

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Bright Green Plastics Explains What the Different Recycling Symbols Mean

In this blog, Bright Green Plastics explains what common recycling symbols mean to help you understand what you need to look out for when recycling your packaging at home.

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What to Consider When Designing a Plastic Part for Manufacturability

Part concept and design are vital to the moulding process, so it’s important to spend some additional time analysing your design before creating the mould. In this blog, RJG Technologies shares some part design considerations.

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Life for Recycled PVC-U After Resin Shortages?

VEKA Recycling Managing Director Simon Scholes contemplates if the accelerated uptake of recycled PVC-U pellets is down to ongoing resin shortages rather than a commitment to sustainability.

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