Hot-runner maker Incoe Corp. and tooling component firm Beaumont Technologies Inc. have entered an agree- ment that will allow their customers to work with either company to design a runner system using both businesses' offerings.
Troy-based Incoe and BTI have worked together since 2003, with BTI providing manifold designs using its MeltFlipper technology. Now Incoe will be able to add BTI's rheological control system to Incoe's offerings of cold-runner systems. BTI of Erie, Pa., introduced RCS earlier this year.
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