Our Plastic Experts team provides expert witness and plastic consulting services across a wide variety of polymer manufacturing processes and end market applications. We have developed a variety of contacts in the industry and access to appropriate equipment for prototyping and small scale production critical for a patent application. Many of them have served in court as an expert witnesses and have a long list of patents on their resume.
PhD in Chemistry/Plastics Engineering
Plastics testing and failure analysis
Formulation and Product Development
Involved in Catalyst Chemistry and related fields for nearly 40 years
Expert Strategies to improve catalyst consistency
Reduce catalyst cost and achieve size-able savings for companies
Experience in food, beverage, plastics, recycling, and waste management industries
Roles as project Engineering/project manager, engineering consultant, solutions development and sales
Coating processes, Fluid Flow and Computational Fluid Dynamics
Incontinence (absorption) products, Hot Melt expert, Coating Die Design
Viscoelastic polymer flow, Film Blowing, Turbulence in multiphase flow
Knowledge of Biomedical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering, and Materials Engineering
Experience with Nanoscale Engineering to implement cutting edge technologies within existing industries
Enhanced Process Engineering
Manufacturing Operations Management
Efficiency + Workflow Optimization
Quality + Safety Control
Specialist in Tooling Design
Cast Film - 4" die width adjustable lip coat hanger die with 3 -roll chrome plated adjustable speed take up rolls for flat film or sheet. Depending on material and width requirements, films as thin as 5 mil and as thick as 80 mil.
Cast Film - 8" die width feed by a 1.5" single screw extruder for mono-layer samples.
Blown Film - 3/4" annular die and equipment for a maximum bubble diameter up to 5 inches.
We can conduct custom compounding for product development - from mixing bowl studies and mini-twin screw blends at a rate of a pound or two per hour up through 21 mm twin screw developmental scale and on to semi-works production using 27 mm and 50 mm twin screw extruders.
Injection Molding - 55 and 90-ton presses for mold temperatures up to 220°F. This equipment can be configured with your prototype mold for short-run product and tooling trials. A variety of in-house molds are also available for use including a wide array of ASTM test specimen molds including an ASTM family mold, a spiral flow mold, a 2”x3” variable thickness plaque mold, and color chip molds.