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Published: 11/10/2011

Fiberforge places RELAY station with Fraunhofer ICT
Fraunhofer ICT will use Fiberforge’s RELAY Station 2000 – the largest in the world – at its state-of-the-art thermoplastics research center to conduct research and development projects.

Published: 10/31/2011

RocTool, Flextronics sign production license agreement
Electronics manufacturing giant Flextronics has signed a 5-year agreement to license RocTool's Cage System and 3iTech heating and cooling technologies at Flextronics' plant in Zhuhai, China.

Published: 5/31/2011

Romeo RIM installs world's largest long-fiber injection machine
Romeo RIM's new long-fiber injection machine can produce parts up to 121 sq ft in size and was designed and developed with the help of Bayer MaterialScience and KraussMaffei.

Published: 4/18/2010

News and product briefs: JEC Composites Show
Product and technology news from Cytec, Lomold, 3B, Huntsman, Weber and VISTAGY.

Published: 2/1/2010

Bayer rolls out aliphatic polyurethane process for automotive
DirectSkinning, developed with fischer automotive systems GmbH, provides high-quality surface with polyuretane via an injection molding process.

Published: 10/20/2008

PlastiComp applies long fibers to engineering thermoplastics
PlastiComp reports that it has applied its long-fiber thermoplastic (LFT) technology to high-temperature polymers such as PPS, PES, PEI, and PEEK reinforced with carbon fiber.

Published: 8/4/2008

RocTool
RocTool (Le Bourget du Lac, France) says its Cage System for fast heating and fast cooling of molds for composites applications has been adapted for plastic injection molding, which the company says could help produce thin parts using 30 to 50...

Published: 2/1/2008

Market Report Projects Growth of LFT
With an annual growth rate of more than three times that of the United States’ GDP, long fiber-reinforced thermoplastics (LFT) are moving from an emerging market to a maturing sector with plenty of growth potential, according to a new study by Towns...