FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 6, 2023.
StackTeck’s Presence at Plastimagen 2023 includes a Sustainable Packaging Solution
StackTeck is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting once again at the Plastimagen 2023 Show that will take place in Mexico City from November 7th to November 10th, 2023, having a high precision injection mold running at the show, featuring a sustainable packaging solution.
This ultra-thin molding technology will be running at the Avance Industrial booth No. 1214 in a Sumitomo Demag El-Exis SP 4200 machine which is part of an ultra-high speed hybrid series of injection molding machines. The system will be running a 1×4 500g rectangular container mold that features the TRIMTM (Thin Recess Injection Molding) light weighting technology allowing for 20%-part weight savings. In addition, this part will be molded with a hybrid PP resin with 30% recycled content supplied by Total Energies. This ultra-lightweight 500g container has TRIM panels as thin as 0.25mm.
According to Christopher Day, Authorized Sales Representative for Mexico and Latin America:
“We are proud of our track record of bringing high performance molds to this region allowing us to demonstrate our different technologies with some of our partners at this tradeshow. This newest high productivity fast cycling mold running at Plastimagen, adds more to our portfolio of mold technologies, which are driven by our desire to offer more sustainable options and real advantages to our customers, pushing part weight boundaries, and including recycled content in the resins used.”
Static displays in StackTeck’s booth No. 1256 will feature the latest technologies with plastic parts and steel components. Some of these include PET Preform mold parts highlighting cooling and post mold cooling technologies, 5 piece collapsing core, In Mold Labeling (IML), specialty coatings, KoolTrackTM , and closure technologies among others.
Fig. 2: 1×4 TRIM Mold with panels as thin as 0.25 mm
StackTeck, with over five decades of mold building innovation, is a leading source of high productivity tooling solutions for the injection molding industry. StackTeck supplies a wide range of injection molds used to produce plastic parts in applications such as caps, closures, medical, PET preforms, and thinwall packaging; as well as complete system integrations including IML. StackTeck has dedicated R&D, testing and part sampling facilities, in addition to plastic part design, prototyping, engineering, and manufacturing capabilities. StackTeck Systems Ltd. is located 8 km north of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport.