A Ticona paper, “Get Green Without Paint,” received the 2010 ANTEC Outstanding Paper Award from the Color & Appearance Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE).
Bruce M. Mulholland, color technology manager for Ticona, delivered the “Get Green Without Paint: Looking Good, and Doing Good, With Molded-in-Metallic Engineering Resins” during the CAD sessions at ANTEC 2010 in May in Orlando. His paper looks in-depth at new engineering resins that have been developed to eliminate the need for painting and can achieve the desired appearance in the mold. The article explores these resins as a way to "get green," both environmentally and with lower cost.
Mulholland has worked in the plastics industry since he graduated in 1980 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. He is a Fellow of SPE and an Honored Service Member of SPE. He is a past recipient of SPE ANTEC Paper Awards dating back to 1993.
Ticona is the engineering polymers business of Celanese Corp.
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