Global Injection Molding Machine Market Dynamics, Growth Scope, Future Prospects & Forecast

The new report has been added to Reportocean.com’s offering. For more info click here @ https://www.reportocean.com/industry-verticals/details?report_id=16392 The report provides you detail insight for global injection molding machine industry with market valued in 2016-2018 and expected growth rate during the next 5 to 6 years along with forecast market value. The scope of the global injection molding machine market includes market estimation, detail analysis of products/services, recent development, strategies, and SWOT of manufacturers/providers. Global Injection Molding Machine Market 2019 Research Report by ReportOcean offers competitive landscape, data, trends, information, and exclusive vital statistics of the market. • To provide detail analysis for the factors that driving and hamper the growth market during projected periods • Analysis the global injection molding machine industry in major regions i.e. North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the world. • Detail insight of key players including strategic movement such as R&D collaborations, product launch, mergers & acquisitions, collaborations, and partnership The global injection moldin...

Manufacturers’ Monthly Material of the Month part 1: Bakelite

Leading the way in The Age of Plastics, Bakelite’s creation in 1907 was also the creation of the very first truly artificial manufacturing material. Brent Balinski spoke to two chemistry academics, an engineer, a manufacturer still specialising in the material, and a vintage collectibles dealer about what was once called The Material of 1,000 Uses. Bakelite is of interest for many reasons, but first and foremost, it’s widely recognised as the first truly artificial material that could be used to make something. As English science author Brian Clegg explains it, before Bakelite – the first widely used phenolic plastic – there were only five classes of materials available to manufacturers. These were stone, living matter, metal, glass and ceramics. Bakelite brought in a world of new possibilities. Bakelite wasn’t the first plastic, as materials including celluloids and casein (from plants and milk respectively) were already available. It turned out that nature could be improved on, though, as these plastics had volatility and degradation issues. “It’s often stated that [Bakelite] is the first fully synthetic polymer,” the University of NSW’s Professor Robert Burford told Man...