Ecotextile News Textile Evolution Sustainable Nonwovens Careers in Textiles MCL News & Media
RSS Feed

Banner

Materials

Search   

Expanded range for TFP
PPS, PEI, PEEK, polyamide and polyimide polymers are all employed in the extended nonwoven veil range of the UK?s Technical Fibre Products (TFP).
Toray acquires Saati prepreg business
Toray Industries is to acquire the European carbon fibre and prepreg business of Saati SpA, situated ay Legnano near Milan in Italy. It will be renamed Composite Materials (Italy) Srl (CIT), as Toray continues to establish an integrated network in Europe.
Prepreg advances in Japan
The latest developments from Japan?s Toho Tenax a new prepreg offering super-high heat and oxidation resistance and a second that achieves rapid curing for increased productivity and features excellent surface texture and formability.
Digging those good vibrations
The effectiveness of a vibration-reducing cork composite skateboard will be recognised with a JEC Asia Composites Innovation Award at the show on November 17 in Singapore.
JEC Asia innovation awards
During the JEC Asia composites show which takes place from November 17-19 in Singapore, eight companies and their partners will receive awards for innovation.
Straight ACE for the Mark One
MarkForged has received an Award for Composites Excellence (ACE) from the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA), for its development of the first 3D printer that can continuously accommodate carbon fibre, Kevlar and glass.
New SMC solutions from Owens Corning
Owens Corning is introducing two new suite of sheet moulding compound (SMC) solutions employing its patented, boron-free Advantex glass.
3D printing for the Middle East
Paradigm 3D has opened the first 3D printing operation in the Middle East, centrally located in Dubai to serve the needs of the region for fast 3D printed parts.
The power of hidden patterns
The effects of patterned surfaces deep within materials ? specifically, at the interfaces between layers of crystalline materials ? could lead to new methods of controlling the properties of composites.
Drop-in magnesium substitution
New long fibre thermoplastic (LFT) materials which duplicate both the mechanical and electrical properties of magnesium in injection moulding or extrusion materials can lead to weight savings of up to 40% in composites.
 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>