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Our free technical webinars provide actionable information that you can apply immediately to your business, including design and processing tips, and proven methods to improve your productivity, efficiency and profitability. All webinars are free and last no more than one hour, including time for questions and answers. Signup for webinar email alerts.

Upcoming Live Webinars


Five Ways TPEs Can Help Pharmaceutical Device Manufacturers Meet the Impending Capacity Crunch
Tuesday, September 16, at 11AM EDT (New York)
Presented by PolyOne GLS

Aging populations and emerging markets are driving an increase in demand for pharmaceutical products. As a result, pharmaceutical packaging and drug delivery device manufacturers are rapidly outgrowing their supply chain capacity.  To help mitigate this issue, manufacturers are seeking to identify and use more efficient materials and processes.  Traditional rubber materials can limit production efficiency and increase system costs. Learn five ways to replace rubber with TPEs that will streamline processing and minimize secondary operations while driving higher productivity and reducing system costs.


Deformulation Studies: Investigations Solved by Reverse Engineering
Thursday, October 23, at 11AM EDT (New York)
Presented by Chemir

Deformulation, or reverse engineering offers chemical identification and quantitative data to help companies with R&D, problem solving, failure investigations and litigation support. In this webinar you will learn about different types of deformulation studies, from very basic component identification/characterization to complex full deformulation investigations. Three case studies will illustrate the analytical techniques, data and interpretations involved, as well as the associated costs and time requirements.


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"What a great presentation that was today on Wear Resistant Technologies for Compounds. Our engineering department sat through it and we all learned something. You did a great job giving us useful information in a manner that helps us help our customers."
Mike Miller
Dir of Engineering
New Berlin Plastics