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World's lightest carbon veil
At the forthcoming JEC Composites show in Paris from March 11-13, Techical Fibre Products (TFP), based in Cumbria, UK, will introduce the world's lightest nonwoven carbon veil weighing just 2gsm.
Resintex at Compotec 2014
At the Compotec 2014 ehibition and conference taking place in Carrara, Italy, from February 5-7, Resintex International is introducing a number of bio-based' materials which have been specially developed for moulding composite parts.
DowAksa looks to Russian expansion
DowAksa, the Turkish carbon fibre joint venture between Dow Chemical and acrylics producer Aksa, is looking for new opportunities in the Russian composites market.
3D colours and multi materials
Stratasys, headquartered in Rehovot, Israel, is introducing the first 3D printer to combine colours with multi-material 3D printing, opening up new possibilities for high performance plastics and composite components.
Funding for Canadian bio-composite business
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Jetcam?s JEC nesting challenge
Jetcam International will be demonstrating the latest versions of its Jetcam Expert CAD/CAM and nesting software and CrossTrack tracking system, along with a new ply unloading and sorting concept at the forthcoming JEC Composites show in Paris in March.
Solvay invests in UHPC technology
Belgian chemicals major Solvay has acquired a minority stake in Aonix Advanced Materials which opens up opportunities for both businesses in the fast growing market for thermoplastic composites.
Clariant protection for oyster shell composites
Swiss-headquartered Clariant is providing the all-important fire protection element in the development of commercially-viable, flame retardant thermoplastic composites based on renewable oyster shell fillers.
PAN precursor creel for Carbon Nexus
UK fibre processing technology specialist Cygnet Texkimp has supplied a 30-position pilot line PAN precursor creel to the $100 million Australian Future Fibre Research and Innovation Centre (AFFRIC) at Deakin University in Victoria, Australia.
TPI secures Acciona supply contract
TPI Composites, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, has signed a multi-year supply agreement with Acciona Windpower SA to provide wind blades from TPI?s new factory in Dafeng, China.
 
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