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Stewart Group, a Banbury-based technical moulder, has developed a process that uses soluble plastic cores rather than wax or sand. 14 April 2014
PRW.com is today launching an e-bulletin containing the features that appear in the magazine every fortnight. 31 January 2014
A landmark order from French company Petzl saw Proto Labs, the Shropshire-based manufacturer of CNC machined and injection moulded parts, deliver its ten-thousandth mould to a European customer. 27 January 2014
EuroMold’s organisers will have a special IndiaMold pavilion at Plastivision India 2013, organised by the All India Plastics Manufacturers' Association (AIPMA) in Mumbai from 12 to 16 December. 15 November 2013
Husky Injection Molding Systems has added to its mould-making stable with the purchase of Schöttli Group, a Swiss maker of moulds for medical parts such as syringes, closures and food packaging. 4 November 2013
Germany’s Robert Seuffer has built tools using 3D printers from Stratasys (Hall 2/G-23 and Hall 4/D-27) at a fraction of the cost and time of a conventional steel tool. 17 October 2013
A giant of the steam age is being brought back to life with the help of polystyrene pattern manufacturing. 3 June 2013
Software simulation specialist Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks has acquired fellow software maker Simpoe in a move that will provide more options for planning injection moulds, according to the company. 8 May 2013
Injection mould manufacturer Phoenix Engineering 2009 of Horsham has celebrated its third year in business, as its name suggests. 31 July 2012
Following an expansion of its selective laser sintering (SLS) production capabilities, the Belfast rapid prototyping bureau Laser Prototypes has added three new functional materials to its SLS range. 2 July 2012
At the PDM12 show, Bedford-based Midas Pattern will highlight its specialism in producing low-volume, polyurethane enclosures frequently used in medical and scientific applications. 3 May 2012
There can be few fields of technology where functionality dictates shape so completely as in medical products, as the special feature in the 27 April print issue of PRW will demonstrate. 26 April 2012
A the recent NPE2012 trade show, St Paul, Minneapolis-based Mold Craft showcased a four-cavity injection mould for very small medical parts. 26 April 2012
Precision tooling specialist Thomas Keating, which manufactures tools, gauges and injection moulds, has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade. 19 April 2012
Successful UK mouldmakers have addressed the challenges of tough overseas competition by embracing and implementing change, investing in new technologies, and adopting more proactive and flexible working practices. 15 March 2012

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