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2020 Sourcing & Technology Guide: Hot Runners

MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is a comprehensive guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services with 11 sections, including Hot Runners.
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MoldMaking Technology’s online database offers more than 1,000 manufacturers, distributors and suppliers for more than 200 product and service categories that you employ daily. To keep this information current, MMT surveys and updates its supplier database every spring with the latest company contact information and product/service offerings, including Hot Runners.

This month’s Technology Review and Sourcing Guide includes a portion of that database listed in sourcing grids tailored to match suppliers with their respective product/service offerings along with a sample of product releases that the magazine featured throughout the year. These are the companies from the Hot Runners section:

Alliance Specialties and Laser Sales Inc. — Wauconda, IL, 847-487-1945
Ampco Metal Inc. — Arlington Heights, IL, 847-437-6000
Athena Controls — Plymouth Meeting, PA, 610-828-2490
Dalton Electric Heating Co. Inc. — Ipswich, MA, 978-356-9844
DME/Milacron — Madison Heights, MI, 248-398-6000
Ewikon Molding Technologies Inc. — Rockford, IL, 815-874-7270
Extrude Hone — Irwin, PA, 724-863-5900

Fast Heat Inc. — Elmhurst, IL, 630-359-6300
Gammaflux — Sterling, VA, 703-471-5050
Gunther Hot Runner Systems Inc. — Hoffman Estates, IL, 630-293-4650
Hasco America Inc. — Fletcher, NC, 828-650-2600
Hotset America Corp. — Swainsboro, GA, 912-289-1844
HRSflow — Byron Center, MI, 616-228-6900
Husky Injection Molding Systems — Milton, VT, 802-859-8000
IMS Company: Industrial Molding Supplies — Chagrin Falls, OH, 440-543-1615
INCOE Corp. — Troy, MI, 248-616-0220
Intex Tooling Technologies — Aurora, ON, Canada, 289-840-1095
J-Tech Hotrunner Inc. — Caledon, ON, 519-927-1067
Manner USA Inc. — Lawrenceville, GA, 770-449-1820
Mastip Inc. — Slinger, WI, 262-644-9400
Melt Design Inc. — St. Charles, IL, 630-443-4000
MHS - Mold Hotrunner Solutions — Georgetown, ON, 905-873-1954
Mold-Masters/Milacron — Georgetown, ON, 905-877-0185
Molders Choice Inc. — Parma, OH, 216-458-1220
Orycon Hot Runner Systems — Ocean, NJ, 732-922-2400
OSCO Inc. Runnerless Molding Systems — Rochester Hills, MI, 248-852-7310
PCS Company — Fraser, MI, 586-294-7780
Plastic Engineering & Technical Services — Auburn Hills, MI, 248-373-0800
Plastic Process Equipment Inc. — Macedonia, OH, 216-367-7000

Polymer Cleaning Technology Inc. — Hillsborough, NJ, 908-281-0055
Polyshot Corp. — West Henrietta, NY, 585-292-5010
Priamus System Technologies LLC — Sterling, VA, 877-774-2687
Runipsys North America — Oldcastle, ON, 519-737-0874
SISE Plastics Control Systems Inc. — Atlanta, GA, 404-495-5968
StackTeck Systems Limited — Brampton, ON, 416-749-1698
Synventive Molding Solutions — Peabody, MA, 978-750-8065
Technoject Machinery Corp. — Bolton, ON, 905-951-7144
Thermal-Tech Systems Inc. — West Chicago, IL, 630-639-5115
Thermoplay S.P.A. — Pont Saint Martin (AO), Italy, 39 125 800311
Watlow — St. Louis, MO, 314-878-4600
Yudo Inc. — Livonia, MI, 734-744-8120

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