Present a Paper at ANTEC 2016

Attention moldmakers, mold designers, molders and suppliers to the industry: The Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) Mold Technologies Division needs industry professionals to submit and present original technical and business papers for ANTEC 2016!

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Attention moldmakers, mold designers, molders and suppliers to the industry: The Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) Mold Technologies Division needs industry professionals to submit and present original technical and business papers for ANTEC 2016!

Hundreds of attendees from all over the world will gather on May 23-25 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, IN, to learn about new business strategies, technologies and systems by attending the more than 600 technical talks, panel discussions and tutorials. As a member of the SPE Mold Technologies Division Board of Directors, I encourage you to consider submitting a near-final paper by the December 8 deadline. Once submitted, and if approved following review, you will have time to revise and finalize the paper based on feedback received.

Click HERE for a list of submission topics for authors. Visit www.antec.ws for all the details needed to register to attend and/or submit papers to present at this important event.

ANTEC is the largest, most respected and well known technical conference in the plastics industry, featuring presentations on new and updated technologies. All papers are peer-reviewed and approved as well as published for the benefit of attendees.

ANTEC will present a New Technology Forum in 2016. There are also specially organized student functions such as the popular Plastics Race, and the SPE’s Global Parts Competition, called Plastics for Life draws entries from companies near and far. Graduate and Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit their work to the Digital Poster Sessions and companies are welcome to participate in the exhibit hall.

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