In the early of 1970’s a small group at Cornell began an innovative venture in which industry and academia would cooperate to advance an important area of technology. The Cornell Injection Molding Program (CIMP) began operations in 1974.

CIMP is ne of the most vigorous injection-molding research groups in the world. For more information, go to the CMIP Home Page.

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  • History of Cornell Injection Molding Program (CIMP) 

    Wang, Kuo K. (2012-09-07)
    CIMP is a pioneer of interdisciplinary research in engineering involving university, government, and industry. Started in 1974 and inspired by industrial needs, CIMP was first funded by NSF and then jointly supported by ...


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