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Plasticomp introduces basalt LFT
PlastiComp, based in Winona, Minnesota, has introduced a line of basalt fibre reinforced composites offering a significant increase in performance over short basalt fibre filled materials.
Full control for Connova
Market software and systems developer Jetcam International, based in Hohensch?ftlarn, Germany, has provided Connova AG with the ability to track and control materials, plies, kits, orders and nests in real-time.
Canada and France join forces for flax
Since its establishment in 2003, the Composites Innovation Centre (CIC) in Winnipeg, Manitoba, has developed into Canada?s largest composites technology centre.
Nonwovens from recycled carbon composites
A range of recycled carbon veils and mats is being introduced to the portfolio of wet-laid high performance nonwovens is being introduced vy Technical Fibre Products, headquartered in Kendal, UK.
Ultra light racquets now in play
?Racquetball is the latest sport to benefit from ultra-light and ultra-strong carbon fibre technology?? US manufacturer Ektelon is employing Oxeon AB's TeXtreme spread tow fabrics in its latest product range.
Celanese thermoplastic advantages
Celanese Corporation will deliver two technical presentations about its thermoplastic composites at the SAMPE 2014 annual technical conference which takes place at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington, on Thursday? June 5.
Low cost nanotubes are here
Luxembourg-headquartered OCSiAl is claiming a significant breakthrough in producing its Tuball single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) in bigger, better quality batches than has been previously possible.
Toray continues to expand in CFRP
Japan?s Toray Industries plans to increase the production capacity of carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) parts at its subsidaries Toray Carbon Magic (TCM) based in Shiga, Japan, and Carbon Magic Thailand (CMTH) in Cholburi, Thailand.
Can IBM change the game for thermosets?
Computational chemistry is behind the discovery of new polymers that among other things, could lead to fully recyclable thermoset composites.
Renewable polyamide from BASF
BASF is now offering a high performance grades of its Ultramid polyamide which are derived from renewable raw materials.
 
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