first_imgGW Plastics Inc,GW Silicones has announced the completion of its new facility at the GW Plastics Technical Campus in Royalton, Vermont. The $3.5 million expansion, which began in the fall of 2011, includes a 15,000-square-foot expansion that is scalable to 25,000 square feet. The new state-of-the-art Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) molding and assembly facility is capable of supporting up to 18 new injection machines and features an ISO Class 8 cleanroom along with expanded office, engineering and conference space.‘Our customers are increasingly looking to silicone as an alternative to thermoplastic because of its unique biocompatibility and performance attributes ‘it is odorless, tasteless, stainless, bacteria-resistant, easy to clean and sterilize, and works extremely well in complex injection molding applications with extremely fine detail and very tight tolerances,’explains Terri Marion, GW Silicones Business Development Manager. ‘The expansion of GW Silicones reflects our commitment to meeting our customers’growing demand for cutting-edge silicone applications in the medical device/healthcare and automotive markets.’GW Silicones, a division of GW Plastics ( is external)), delivers cost-effective solutions for the complex molding and manufacture of liquid silicone rubber (LSR) and unique multi-material components and assemblies to the medical device/healthcare market. GW Silicones specializes in product design and development, in-house precision tooling, and scientific injection molding along with a variety of contract manufacturing services. ‘With the recent expansion of our manufacturing facility in Royalton, VT, we can now offer improved production scalability along with our world class speed to market, quality and delivery,’said Mark Hammond, General Manager of GW Silicones. Royalton, VT, USA – July 24, 2012last_img read more

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first_imgKaepernick inspired other players to join his protests, including his then-49ers teammate Eric Reid, who also filed a similar grievance against the NFL. Reid was without a team for some time but signed with the Panthers last September on a one-year deal. He re-signed on a three-year contract with Carolina in February.Reid tweeted in February that Kaepernick is still “in the best shape of his life, and ready to help win a championship.” He advocated during the preseason for the Panthers to consider Kaepernick to “come in and help” if Cam Newton’s foot injury ended up being serious. Reid shared Thursday’s statement on Twitter, writing, in part: “Please read this!! Don’t believe the lies being told about my brother.” Colin Kaepernick’s representatives released a statement Thursday to clarify facts about their client.”There have been so many false narratives in the media regarding Colin, we believe it is important to set the record straight, again,” the statement released by Kaepernick’s sports agent Jeff Nalley and PR director Jasmine Windham and obtained by ESPN, read. “Nothing below is up for interpretation or debate, it’s the truth and nothing else.” Steelers kicker Chris Boswell received death threats last season, Ramon Foster says Jets’ Jamal Adams wins fine appeal for hit on Browns’ Baker Mayfield Titled “Facts to Address the False Narrative Regarding Colin Kaepernick,” the two-page statement aims to answer some of the big questions surrounding Kaepernick’s status as he has been without a team since the 2016 season. Colin Kaepernick’s representatives released statements today to clear up some facts surrounding their client:— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 10, 2019Among the facts shared to clarify Kaepernick’s situation: Related News The former 49ers quarterback can still be employed by the team after filing a grievance against the NFL. There hasn’t been a single team to offer Kaepernick a job or a workout since he started protesting. The Seahawks brought Kaepernick in but didn’t work him out.Kaepernick hasn’t demanded a specific salary.The quarterback still wants to play and has been working out on his own five days a week for three years. Kaepernick opted out of his contract with the 49ers because general manager John Lynch told the quarterback they were going to cut him and he wanted to maximize potential employment opportunities.The statement provides a list of stats to answer the question: “Is Colin still good enough to play?””In summary, it is difficult to think of another young player in NFL history with statistics and character as impressive as Colin’s not being given an opportunity to earn a spot on an NFL roster after what he has accomplished,” the statement read.Kaepernick settled his collusion case against the NFL and its ownership in February. In the grievance, Kaepernick, who was the first player to kneel during the national anthem to protest social and racial inequality, accused NFL owners of colluding to keep him out of the game.  Bengals’ Zac Taylor on A.J. Green trade rumors: ‘We are not trading that guy’last_img read more

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