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Published: 12/6/2016

Reversibly crosslinking thermoset-thermoplastic hybrid polymers
Evonik’s new system delivers crosslinked performance of epoxies below 100°C, processing benefits of thermoplastics above 170°C.

Published: 11/16/2016

Video: Recap of Carbon Fiber 2016
Highlights of CompositesWorld's Carbon Fiber 2016 conference that took place in Scottsdale, AZ on Nov. 9-11.

Published: 10/26/2016

In Brazil, where the wind blows and blows
CW editor Jeff Sloan is in northeastern Brazil this week, getting an up-close look at the Brazilian wind market, and a dynamic manufacturer of wind blades.

Published: 10/12/2016

CAMX 2016: Bio-resins, composites and Millennial insights
From innovative applications to insightful panel discussions, there was something for everyone at CAMX 2016.

Published: 10/7/2016

Innovative molding technology for high-performance apps
Composites are relatively new materials, and since their begining, able and motivated individuals have been diligently trying to make them better. A case in point is TEK-USA (Canal Fulton, OH, US).

Published: 9/21/2016

New research on self-healing composites
Researchers have developed a method of allowing composites to self-heal cracks at temperatures well below freezing.

Published: 9/21/2016

Automated filament winding aids segmented blade production
Roth Composite Machinery system is part of ENERCON’s optimized production for modular blades.

Published: 8/11/2016

Bionic design: The future of lightweight structures
Biomimicry evolves into a systematic design process for optimizing efficient, lightweight structures.

Published: 6/8/2016

Thermoplastic composite pipe goes deep
Magma Global has already made a name for itself with the manufacture of its PEEK-based m-pipe for subsea oil exploration. Now it can go as deep as 10,000 ft/3,000m at pressures up to 15 ksi.

Published: 5/26/2016

Thermoplastic composite riser making waves in oil and gas work
The use of composites in deepwater oil and gas drilling has been long sought, and few companies have been more active than Netherlands-based Airborne Oil & Gas, which manufacture thermoplastic composite pipe that is being tested in Brazilian waters.