Special Effects In Plastics

Wednesday 6th November

09.00 Registration and Welcome Coffee

10.00 Welcome and Introduction to Special Effects 2002

SESSION 1: ADDING VALUE WITH SPECIAL EFFECTS

10.05 Total Plastics Consumption, End-Uses and Applications, the Need and Relative Importance of all Finishing Effects and Techniques
Françoise Pardos, Pardos Marketing, France

10.35 Special Effects and Colour – A Designers Tale
Mike Ellams, Emsa Group, UK

11.05 An Overview of Special Effects in Disposable and Durable Plastics
Mir L. Ali, Ferro Corporation, Plastics Colorants Division, USA

11.35 Coffee Break – sponsored by BASF AG

12.00 Engineering Thermoplastics: When Fashion Meets Function
Eric Ruiz, GE PLASTICS Europe, The Netherlands

12.30 Finishing Touch
Nicholas Mirval, Pankhurst Design and Development (PDD), UK

13.00 Lunch

SESSION 2: SPECIAL PIGMENTS AND COLOURANTS

14.30 Special Effect Pigments in Plastics – Colour and Functionality
Gerhard Pfaff and Sylvia.Rosenberger, Merck KGaA Pigments Division, Germany

15.00 Liquid crystal Effect Pigments – A new effect pigment technology allowing innovative colour options and easy processing
Jörg Heinlein, Wacker Chemie GmbH, Germany

15.30 Goiochromatic Colour Variable Pigments
Gert Langanke, BASF AG, Germany

16.00 Coffee Break – sponsored by BASF AG

16.30 Effectively Aluminium; Some Novel Effects from Aluminium-Based Pigments
Steven Kerr, Silberline Ltd., Scotland

17.00 Enhanced Visual Impact of Effect Pigments in Multi-Layer Extruded Films
Doreen Becker, Engelhard Corporation, USA

17.30 Creating Special Effect Masterbatches – Closing the Gap between Effect Pigment Manufacturers and Plastic Converters
Johannes Suschnig, Gabriel-Chemie Gesellschaft mbH, Austria

18.00 End of Day One

19.00 CONFERENCE DRINKS RECEPTION

Special EffectsIn Plastics The Fusion of Design and Technology6-7 November 2002, Berlin, Germany

Conference Programme

Thursday 7th November

08.30 Coffee

SESSION 3: MATERIALS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

09.00 Goldbronze Pigments for Colouring Plastics
Martin Schaal, Eckart GmbH & Co.KG, Germany

09.30 New Design Opportunities with Value Added Specialty Polymers based on ABS.
Peter Wolf, BASF AG, Germany

10.00 Visual and Tactile Effects with TPVs’
Claude Maurel, Advanced Elastomer System SA/NV, Belgium

10.30 Coffee Break – sponsored by BASF AG

11.00 Silicone additives to give soft feel effects in waterborne coatings
Jane Chappelle and Ms Angela Cackovich, Dow Corning Ltd, UK

11.30 Styrenic Polymers & Copolymers: Practical Special Effects
Richard Speir, NOVA Chemicals, Switzerland

12.00 WoodtruderTM system for extrusion of Wood Fiber Polymer Composites
Gerhard Folie, Crompton Davis Standard GmbH, Germany

12.30 Lunch

SESSION 4: ADDING SPECIAL FILMS AND PROTECTIVE LAYERS

14.00 Selecting and Designing The Right Permanent Antistat Solution For Your Application
Urs Hirt, Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Switzerland

14.30 Anti-Scratch-Resistance Coating for Polymers in Nanotechnology
Manfred Büchel, MB Netconsult GmbH i.Gr., Germany

15.00 Real Textures Real Quick! – The Development of an Optimised Process Chain for Rapid Tooling with In Mould Decoration
Nick Osborn, Swift Technologies Limited, UK

15.30 Conference Close

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