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PUBLISHED: 6/22/2011

Electrically conductive resin

Integral Technologies Inc. has introduced ElectriPlast-CF66, a new electrically conductive, resin-based material designed to meet electromagnetic shielding, thermal requirements and mechanical properties for automotive, marine and aerospace applicat...


PUBLISHED: 6/21/2011

Formable, aligned, discontinuous fiber fabric

Pepin Associates has developed a formable, aligned, discontinuous fiber fabric, called DiscoTex, that can be made from carbon, glass, quartz or ceramic fibers.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2011

Polyamide powders for additive manufacturing

In 2011, Rhodia will launch, reportedly for the first time, polyamide (PA) powders suitable for small-series direct part manufacturing by selective laser sintering (SLS).


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2011

LFT for EMI shielding

PlastiComp LLC’s newest long-fiber thermoplastic (LFT) compounds provide up to 70 dB EMI shielding at frequencies of 1 MHz and higher.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2011

New book: Engineering adhesives

Smithers Rapra Publishing has announced the release of a new title in its “Update” series, Update on Engineering and Structural Adhesives.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2011

Primerless MMA, pultrusion resin, intumescent topcoat

Scott Bader Inc. has introduced three new products.


PUBLISHED: 12/29/2010

Low-tack epoxy resin system

AR2590 from Aldila Materials is a low-tack epoxy resin system that cures at 250°F/121°C and has a moderate drape.


PUBLISHED: 11/9/2010

Continuous fiber-reinforced materials

Rhodia has introduced Evolite by Technyl, a range of polyamide-based continuous fiber reinforced materials for transportation, industrial and consumer applications.


PUBLISHED: 11/9/2010

Mineral-filled liquid crystal polymer

Ticona Engineering Polymers has added a new material to its family of inherently flame resistant liquid crystal polymers (LCP) called Vectra T. rex.


PUBLISHED: 11/9/2010

Biocomposite targets automotive, construction applications

Thermoplastics compounder RheTech Inc. has launched a new biocomposite material called RheVision.


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