PUBLISHED: 3/30/2020

Gurit features core materials, adhesives, resins, molds for wind, aerospace

Gurit is featuring its offerings and expertise for wind energy, composite tooling and lightweighting applications such as aerospace, rail, healthcare and marine. ​​​​​​


PUBLISHED: 3/30/2020

Airbond introduces new range of carbon fiber splicers

Airbond is introducing a range of new rugged carbon fiber splicers said to reduce costs through saved time and waste elimination.


PUBLISHED: 3/29/2020

Arevo launches on-demand 3D printing program

Arevo is unveiling at JEC World its new MaaS program for the on-demand production of ultra-strong, lightweight 3D-printed composite parts.


PUBLISHED: 3/29/2020

Engel launches forming and functionalization of organic sheets

Engel is demonstrating the forming and functionalization of organic sheets and unidirectional tapes in one injection molding step.


PUBLISHED: 3/29/2020

New Composites Evolution prepreg cures at low temperature

This low-temperature, 12-hour-cure tooling prepreg is the latest product in Composites Evolution’s Evopreg EPT tooling epoxy range.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2020

IDI composite designed for EV battery enclosures

IDI Composites International is introducing a new sheet molding compound (SMC) for the electric vehicle market.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2020

Evonik rigid foam cores utilized for automated composites fabrication

Foam cores specialist Evonik is featuring the results of a joint study by Evonik Industries, Composite Technology Center GmbH and Deutsche Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., on the use of rigid foam material in automated production.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2020

New Arkema resins focus on 3D printing, solid-surface applications

The Arkema Group is showcasing its advanced materials solutions developed to meet changing 3D production technologies in the construction, transportation, wind and sporting goods sectors.


PUBLISHED: 3/28/2020

SGL Carbon technologies aimed at automotive, aerospace applications

SGL Carbon is demonstrating its production capabilities for the automotive, aerospace and industrial sectors.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2020

EON Lasers embedded sensors designed for process, performance monitoring

  The company says the lasers could replace conventional sensors in a range of industries due to their light weight, narrow thickness and durability.