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CAMX 2016 preview: N12 Technologies
N12 Technologies (Cambridge, MA, US) is featuring NanoStitch, an interlaminar toughening product based on large-format, vertically aligned carbon nanotube (VACNT) sheets.
CNTs for custom color retention
OCSiAl (Columbus, OH, US and Sunnyvale, CA, US) introduced at CAMX its Conductive Color Composite Technology.
CAMX 2015 preview: N12 Technologies
Nanotechnology specialist N12 Technologies Inc. (Cambridge, MA, US) has commercialized a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)-licensed technology, called NanoStitch, to become the world's first manufacturer capable of industrialized, continuo...
Zyvex nano-based toughener offers increased ease of use
Zyvex Technologies has launched ZNT-boost, an epoxy-composite toughening system based on carbon nanotubes (CNTs) for carbon and glass fiber composites.
Characterization of functionalized graphene materials
Haydale Ltd. (Ammanford, UK) reports that it has developed a rapid, in-house characterization test method to confirm functionalization of graphene materials.
Polymer modified carbon nanotube additive
Zyvex Technologies has launched a new product family called ZNT (Zyvex nanotube technology), a polymer modified carbon nanotube additive for a range of host matrices that includes epoxies, elastomers, thermoplastics and aqueous-based solutions.
CAMX 2014 preview: THINKY USA
THINKY USA Corp. (Laguna Hills, Calif., USA) is introducing the THINKY ARE-310, a new mixing technology, co-developed with Tokyo University of Science, Department of Applied Chemistry, for carbon nanotube (CNT) dispersion in a resin matrix.
Teijin develops aramid nanofiber
Teijin's mass-producible aramid nanofiber offers reliable heat and oxidation resistance for use in lithium ion batteries.
CNTs in thermoplastic concentrates
Nanocyl's PLASTICYL line of carbon fiber nanotube-enhanced masterbatches has been expanded to include EVA, POM, TPU, SEBS and PEEK thermoplastics.
Graphene oxide platelets
Nano graphene platelet (NGP) manufacturer Angstron Materials Inc. has introduced a new high-quality graphene oxide product, available in a 0.5 percent water or solvent dispersion for processing flexibility.