Zone: Sports and Recreation Composites
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Golf clubs, tennis rackets, hockey sticks and bicycles benefit from the high strength and light weight qualities of composites — particularly carbon fiber composites. Filament winding is the dominant manufacturing process in this market.


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Newly formed LeMond Composites signs agreement with ORNL CompositesWorld

The company's “breakthrough” process will reportedly reduce production costs by more than 50% relative to the lowest cost industrial grade carbon fiber.

Composites One, Closed Mold Alliance to present live demonstrations during CAMX 2016 CompositesWorld

This year, the event will feature a three-day event with more than 15 process demos in a massive enclosed staging area.

Carbon fiber shoe insoles: a new edge in sports? CompositesWorld

From super strict diets (looking at you, Tom Brady) to doing three-a-days, five days a week (LeBron 'King' James), athletes are always looking for an edge in sports.

The Freedonia Group: composites demand to reach $10 billion CompositesWorld

High performance composite demand from aerospace applications will rise at a more moderate pace, but the industry will experience tailwinds from wind energy and pressure vessels.

Origine Bicycles uses lightweight frame reinforced by TeXtreme CompositesWorld

The fork built with TeXtreme materials is almost 19% lighter than the standard one.

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