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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.
Bio-based solutions for Composites Europe

Bio-based composites will be the talk of the annual Composites Europe 2014 later this year, where for the first time a section will be devoted to a range of bio-based solutions after its organizers partnered with the Nova-Institute.

Braiding and RTM a winning combination
Several research institutions in the Baden-W?rttemberg region of Germany have been working on intelligently combining? different materials and processes to create efficient new composites solutions.
In a spin with Performax 249
A washing machine with a tub that delivers greater capacity, spins at faster speeds and has improved durability has been introduced into the Russian market by a major white goods OEM.
It?s a steal for biocomposite beauty
The first concert-level ukelele made entirely from biomaterials was exhibited at this year?s JEC Composites Innovation Showcase in Paris.
New grade for high temp food contact
3B, headquartered in Battice, Belgium, is adding to its range of short fibre reinforcements for high temperature resins with the launch of? DS 8800-11P, designed to reinforce high temperature thermoplastics such as PES, PSU, PESU, PPS, PEI, PEEK, etc.
Flax and jute reinforcements deal
Composites Evolution has teamed up with Easy Composites to provide fast distribution of its Biotex Flax and Biotex Jute natural fibre reinforcement materials.
JEC debut for Trevira
Trevira is exhibiting at this year?s JEC Composites show in Paris for the first time this year, in order to showcase its range of flat and textured filament yarns, either in raw white or spun-dyed, as well as special staple fibre types for use in composite materials.
Extrusion grade EcoPaXX from DSM
DSM is launching a higher viscosity extrusion grade of its bio-based EcoPaXX polyamide for the film, fibre and monofilament markets
 
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