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Krayden/X2F Partner to Bring Better Thermally Conductive Solutions to Market

X2F Adds Former General Motors VP to its Advisory Team

X2F Demonstrates Ground-breaking Molding Technology Capability

X2F Adds Former General Motors VP to its Advisory Team

X2F Adds Former General Motors VP to its Advisory Team

X2F Adds Former General Motors VP to its Advisory Team

X2F and Covestro Launch New Collaboration for Automotive Lighting

X2F and Covestro Launch New Collaboration on Innovative In-Mold Electronics for Automotive Lighting Thermally Conductive Polycarbonate Heat-Sinks Can Be 49% Lighter Than Cast Aluminum by Joseph Grande for Business Wire | September 29, 2022   LOVELAND, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–X2F announced today that it has joined a unique collaboration with Covestro, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-quality polymer materials, to develop

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X2F’s New Capability Opens up Higher Volume Production

X2F’s New Capability Opens Up Higher-Volume Production for Encapsulated Electronics and Automotive Optics Company Adds Rotary Table to its Transformative Plastics Molding Process by Joseph Grande for Business Wire | March 2, 2022   LOVELAND, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–X2F, the developer of a transformative plastics processing technology, has added a rotary table which reduces cycle times and opens up higher-volume production for its

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Over-Moulding Electronics: Making Melts Flow Better

As electronic components become smaller and more complex, the challenges increase for developers of engineering thermoplastics. Peter Mapleston finds out about new processes and offerings from materials suppliers.

Controlled Viscosity Molding of Plastic Optics

Controlled Viscosity Injection Molding of Plastic Optics Rick Fitzpatrick, Mike Slowik and Alan Symmons X2F, 985 N. Wilson Ave., Suite 100, Loveland, CO 80537, USA. rfitzpatrick@x2f.com; mslowik@x2f.com;asymmons@x2f.com Abstract: A detailed introduction to controlled viscosity injection molding, a low pressure, pulse packing process that enables high precision molding well suited for the demanding surface form and optical performance requirements of modern

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Controlled-Viscosity Molding Gains Commercial Traction

The new category of molding technology benefits, in particular, delicate electronics encapsulations and automotive lighting applications with complex geometries.

X2F Taps Mold-Masters Veteran as New Technology Director

Amidst a commercialization push, the Loveland, CO based creator of a patented injection molding technology announced Ken Jacob as its new technology director.