What is the Plastics Department all about at UW-Platteville?
The Center for Plastics Processing Technology at UW-Platteville is dedicated to assisting the existing plastics industry through education and technical services. It is further committed to attracting new plastics-related enterprises to the tri-state region of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa.
Confidential services are provided at little or no cost by UW-Platteville faculty members and senior-level students in the department of industrial studies. All other university resources are also available to companies and individuals seeking assistance through the program in plastics technology.
In a fast-paced, competitive world, well-trained workers are essential for business growth. The Center for Plastics Processing Technology offers unique resources to help train employees and lead your plastics firm to success. The Center for Plastics Processing Technology is an educational partnership between industry and the university, using plastics processing equipment that was designed and provided by leading manufacturers.
The center, a laboratory worth more than $1 million, is one of the best-equipped facilities in the upper Midwest. From plant layout to prototype production to testing new materials, the center will help meet your needs. Take advantage of these valuable services.
Becher creates unique class project
January 14, 2015
Lund elected president of Society of Plastics Engineers Section
September 26, 2014
Plastics Program Partners with Area High Schools
September 15, 2014
Center for Plastics Processing Technology accepting regional partners for industrial projects
September 5, 2014
Industrial studies offers new evening class for students and professionals
August 29, 2014
Plastics Lab explores opportunities for collaboration
March 3, 2014
Tabrizi selected as Educator of the Year
February 26, 2014
Plastics Lab research takes students to Dubai
February 3, 2014