The Rotational Molding & Advanced Materials Workshop is an opportunity for industry professionals to take advantage of the resources at the Center while boosting their skillset with advanced training and collaborating with others in their field.
The Rotational Molding Center of Excellence (RMCE) at Penn College was established in 2000 by the College's Plastics Innovation & Resource Center (PIRC), with assistance and guidance from the College, Ben Franklin Technology Partners , and many supporting local companies.
In 2019, the Center was renamed The Shell Polymers Rotational Molding Center of Excellence. The center is now one of the finest technology centers of its kind in North America featuring new equipment. The Center is an active participant in national organizations like the Association of Rotomolders (ARM) and the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE).
CMT Materials contributes to roll-fed thermoformer upgrade
CMT Materials has provided $5,000 in support of upgrades to a roll-fed thermoformer used for instructional purposes at ...
B. Braun Medical supports upgrade to roll-fed thermoformer
B. Braun Medical has awarded $5,000 in grant support to Pennsylvania College of Technology for an update to a roll-fed ...
Industry pros again benefit from Penn College plastics workshop
Eleven registrants from seven companies in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Illinois attended a three-day Plastics Materials, ...