Read the latest editions of SML’s TechReport online.
In-depth information about the current developments in extrusion technology, directly from our engineers.
TechReport 2/18
13.12.2018
  • Heating under control - New approach to temperature controlling making extrusion lines safer
  • Industry 4.0 - Benefits from a modular bitWise architecture
  • Most advanced PP/EVOH barrier sheet line handed over to VISY Thailand
  • Speed vs. Quality? How a higher production speed is influencing the performance of stretch film
  • Evolution - A small history of SML's monoaxial direction orientation units
  • One year in operation: Indonesian manufacturer PT Panverta on SML's widest-ever CPP film line
  • New SML headquarters: structural work completed

 

TechReport 1/18
18.04.2018
  • Foamed PET sheet for cups for hot-fill applications
  • SML bitWise - Innovation around the product through digital business competence
  • SML MDO technology with inline adjustable gap geometry
  • SML machines produce separator films for Li-Ion batteries
  • Adhesion is what it is all about!
  • Multi-functional cast film line installed at ExxonMobil in Shanghai
  • Karat invests in three more SML Austrofil spinning lines
  • SML's new headquarters are under way!
TechReport 2/17
23.10.2017
  • High output PP/EVO barrier sheet line
  • Think big - a new drum winder for large diameter rolls
  • Ready for digital transmission
  • Ideal stretch film winders for perfect rolls
  • SML provides DC Carpets with some BCF magic
  • Looking ahead - SML is meeting the PET challenge
TechReport 1/17
04.05.2017
  • SML starts-up its widest CPP film line
  • Winder W2000 - 20-years-old and still going strong!
  • FlexPack demo-line delivers encouraging results
  • A new MDO boosts productivity
  • High-performance with high-speed extruders for sheet lines
  • 15 years of SML stretch film lines - from newcomer to market leader
  • AFP Netherlands orders a new SmartCAst nano-layer stretch film line
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