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Published: 3/12/2018

TeXtreme used in next generation of bandy sticks
Inxide and Eventsport collaborate to develop a new bandystick reinforced with spread tow carbon fiber from Oxeon.

Published: 1/22/2018

CRTC looking for interns
The Composite Recycling Technology Center is looking for two summer interns to work on the development of process and product technologies that use recycled carbon fiber.

Published: 1/22/2018

Cevotec dry-fiber bindered tape available for automated placement
Manufacturer of SAMBA automated placement systems offers high-quality material aimed to make series CFRP production economical for non-aerospace applications.

Published: 1/11/2018

Solvay, deBotech announced as USA Bobsled and Skeleton technology partners
Solvay and deBotech will provide custom designed high quality carbon fiber composite equipment.  

Published: 12/11/2017

Faction Skis feature TeXtreme spread tow fabrics
Each Prime 4.0 ski from Faction Skis weighs just 1740g and is optimized for high-performance, technical skiing.

Published: 12/4/2017

ELG Carbon Fibre partners with Land Rover BAR on carbon fiber recycling
ELG will become a technical supplier to the team and will process all carbon fiber manufacturing waste and end-of use parts to recover the high performance carbon fiber they contain.

Published: 11/27/2017

Students develop composite sled prototype
IACMI enables art-to-part composite sled prototype project with University of Tennessee, Knoxville engineering students

Published: 11/6/2017

Chomarat invests in a carbon multiaxial technology
This new multiaxial machine is reportedly 10 times more productive than the previous generation of machines. 

Published: 10/23/2017

Cobra International forms new composite business unit
Cobra International Co. Ltd. (COBRA, Chonburi, Thailand), known for watersports, automotive, marine and luxury composites, announced on October 23 the launch of its new Cobra Composite Structures (CCS) business unit dedicated to the efficient m...

Published: 9/18/2017

Masi Bikes integrates TeXtreme carbon fiber
California-based Masi Bikes uses TeXtreme spread tow carbon fibers to reduce frame mass by 110g and improve overall stiffness.