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Published: 7/25/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: N12 Technologies
N12 Technologies Inc. (Cambridge, MA, US) is showing its NanoSitch sheet products, featuring vertically aligned carbon nanotubes (VACNTs), which add toughness, impact resistance and fatigue tolerance to composites, enabling lighter, thinne...

Published: 7/24/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: C. A. Litzler
C. A. Litzler Co. Inc. (Cleveland, OH, US) is emphasizing its work on the design and manufacture of continuous process equipment for structural composites, carbon fiber production and industrial textiles.

Published: 7/21/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: Century Design
Century Design Inc. (CDI, San Diego, CA, US), a global supplier of prepreg machines and specialist composite processing equipment, is launching new research prepreg and towpreg machines.

Published: 7/19/2017

Plant Tour: BENTELER SGL, Ort im Innkreis, Austria
High-volume CFRP structures pioneer makes industrialization and multimaterial assembly look easy.

Published: 7/17/2017

Preforming goes industrial: Part 2
Automated preforming isn’t only for 2D and 2.5D parts. Innovators are taking successful aim at building 3D preforms at production speeds.

Published: 7/17/2017

SMC: Old dog, more tricks
In the sheet molding compound renaissance, the advent of new resins and compounds are broadening the definition and application of this versatile family of composites.

Published: 6/28/2017

Unweighting a crane to increase payload limit
Rethinking a crane stinger with carbon fiber for a more “uplifting experience.”

Published: 6/28/2017

Thinking outside the prepreg box in aerospace
A challenge to “outside the box” thinking about prepreg.

Published: 5/10/2017

Preforming goes industrial: Part 1
ATL and AFP-based preforming options now abound for processing dry and/or impregnated reinforcements as quickly as 1 minute or less with potential yearly part yields in the millions.

Published: 4/27/2017

The automotive industry’s “killer app”?
Automotive is king, and the killer automotive app will be the multi-material and all-carbon-fiber B-pillar.