INDUSTRY NEWS

PUBLISHED: 3/8/2019

Army partners with Lockheed Martin to develop new materials for defense applications

The Army Research Laboratory and Lockheed Martin Corp. are partnering to create new materials for defense optical technology and protective coatings.


PUBLISHED: 3/7/2019

Fortify and DSM partner to develop high-performance composite materials for 3D printing

The partnership combine’s Fortify’s manufacturing platform and fiber processing experience with DSM’s 3D printing experience and resins.


PUBLISHED: 3/7/2019

Nouryon increases MEKP production for North America

Nouryon has started production of Butanox, one of its methyl ethyl ketone peroxide (MEKP) products, at its Pasadena, Texas, U.S. site, to serve the North American market. 


PUBLISHED: 3/7/2019

SFS Intec, TxV to redesign aircraft bracket using thermoplastic composites

Originally made from aluminum, the new bracket will be made of VICTREX AE 250 composites overmolded with VICTREX PEEK polymer.


PUBLISHED: 3/7/2019

Teijin develops multi-material, lightweight automotive side door module

The module is made from carbon fiber sheet molded compound (SMC), glass fiber SMC and unidirectional glass fiber-reinforced plastics (GFRP) to offer both high strength and low weight.


PUBLISHED: 3/6/2019

NETZSCH and Swinburne partner on Industry 4.0 composite Testlab

NETZSCH’s unique in-mold cure monitoring technology will be implemented in Swinburne’s Industry 4.0 carbon-fiber composite product Testlab.


PUBLISHED: 3/6/2019

GE partners with Clemson University to open new additive manufacturing lab

The lab is part of GE’s strategic partnership with Clemson University. It will be available for use by Clemson faculty, staff and students.


PUBLISHED: 3/5/2019

JEC World 2019: Exhibit previews

CompositesWorld offers a preview of some of the exhibits and products that will be featured at JEC World 2019, March 12-14 in Paris, France.


PUBLISHED: 3/5/2019

Researchers combine recycled carbon fiber with heat-treated wood for housing applications

Washington State University and the Composites Recycling Technology Center are creating building materials from heat-treated wood and recycled carbon fiber.


PUBLISHED: 3/4/2019

FRP composite piles chosen for bridge rehab at New Jersey seaside resort

Composite Advantage’s fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composite pipe pilings will replace aging timber fenders on bridges at New Jersey’s Cape May resort.


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