Keeping up with extrusion

December 1999
Plastics Technology;Dec99, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in extrusion technology as of December 1999. Includes sensors from D.R. Joseph Inc.; Development of an extrusion coating by Heritage Plastics; Extruders from Wayne Machine & Die Co.


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