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Aramid fibers are notable for their heat-resistence and strength. They are most often used in aerospace and military applications, particularly in personal armor composites for protection from ballistic forces. 


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New aramid for armor

DuPont has launched Kevlar XP for hard armor applications to provide extra protection and extra performance in ballistic protection applications.
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Excess carbon, glass and other fibers CompositesWorld

Reports of unused fiber reinforcement, prepreg and other fiber forms, as well as production cutoff and scrap. Updated: July 21, 2014.

License to speed for composites manufacturing CompositesWorld

RocTool pushes composites into new markets with its high-speed induction heating technology for molding.

Supply and demand: Advanced fibers CompositesWorld

Manufacturers of carbon and other advanced fibers respond to sustained composites industry growth with new fiber production capacity.

The fiber CompositesWorld

The structural properties of composite materials are derived primarily from the fiber reinforcement. In a composite, the fiber contributes high tensile strength, enhancing properites in the final part, such as stregnth and stiffness while minimizing weight.

Composites: Materials and processes CompositesWorld

High strength and low weight remain the winning combination that propels composite materials into new arenas, but other properties —vibrational damping and low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE), fatigue resistance are jsut as appealing. Moreover, the potential for significant parts consolidation provides design/fabrication flexibility that can  translate into a finished product that requires less raw material, fewer joints and fasteners and shorter assembly time.

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