Compounding Lines: September 1997 Edition

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IN THIS ISSUE:

High-Temp Compound Rolls For Kodak

Eastman Kodak Company of Rochester, NY combines insert molding technology with an RTP Company high temperature specialty compound. The components, end caps for fuser rolls, are used in the Kodak 3100 Duplicator high-speed copy machines and LionHeart power printing systems.The … Continue reading

Specialty Compound Meets Food Contact, Other Needs

RTP France developed a specialty compound for use in S.A. SEB RONDO 500 counter top food grinders. The devices feature two sizes of ultrasonically welded blade assemblies. The compound used in the blade assemblies is a glass-reinforced nylon with metallic … Continue reading

Metal Replacement Reduces Cost, Weight

When paintball began in the U.S. in 1981, few expected its popularity to soar. Today, the sport includes professional and amateur tournaments throughout the U.S. and Europe. A typical game of paintball involves from two to 80 competitors trying to … Continue reading

Innovative Pager, Material Help People On-The-Go

Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM) and molder Durden Enterprises turned to RTP Company for a versatile material. The specialty compound is used in RIM Inter@ctive(tm) Pagers. The hand-held devices go well beyond traditional pagers, providing internet, intranet and data storage … Continue reading

Structural, Wear-Resistant Compound Goes Off-Road

Warn Industries of Milwaukie, OR, turned to RTP Company for a tough, wear-resistant material. An original equipment manufacturer, Warn Industries serves the automotive industry. They make the wheel end disconnect assembly (hublock) featured on 1998 Ford Ranger 4 x 4s. … Continue reading