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Published: 7/28/2017

CAMX 2017 show preview
At North America’s premier composites conference and exhibition, the business at hand is definitely not business as usual. 

Published: 7/25/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: PolyOne Advanced Composites
PolyOne Advanced Composites (Avon Lake, OH, US) is featuring its portfolio of continuous fiber thermoplastic and thermoset composite technologies.

Published: 7/25/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: Michelman
Michelman (Cincinnati, OH, US), a developer and manufacturer of fiber sizing and resin modifiers, is featuring new fiber sizing formulations, including solutions suitable for use with glass, carbon and other structural fibers.

Published: 7/23/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: Engineered Fibers Technology
Engineered Fibers Technology LLC (EFT, Shelton, CT, US) is exhibitign a range of its precision short-cut fibers with lengths of 0.10 mm to several centimeters.

Published: 7/20/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: A&P Technology
A&P Technology (Cincinnati, OH, US) is showcasing its line of braided fabrics, including QISO, a 0°/±60° balanced and symmetric quasi-isotropic fabric, and Bimax, an off-the-shelf ±45° bias fabric.

Published: 6/28/2017

Software shortens design path to longboard
Materials information program helps optimize materials selection.

Published: 6/27/2017

Composite musings
How do we generate pull from consumers rather than depend on push through builders and contractors?

Published: 5/31/2017

Composites bridge the gap in an historic nature trail
Partially pre-assembled pultruded parts helicoptered in for quick, nature-sensitive assembly.

Published: 5/31/2017

Shape Machining shapes Elemental sports car
Designed and manufactured by a team of ex-McLaren designers, the recently launched RP1 features advanced aerodynamics and novel composite solutions, including an all-carbon composite passenger tub built to Formula 1 strength and stiffness standards....

Published: 5/31/2017

Composites in transit: Rolling robotic “stuff carrier” the new must-have
PPF’s Gita can move at a human walking pace or can accelerate up to 35 kph, fast enough to keep pace with a runner.