PUBLISHED: 6/21/2018

EconCore licenses Fynotej for NA automotive applications and advances into high-performance thermoplastics (HPT)

Branded Fynocore, these panels have a PP honeycomb core with skins – thermally bonded in-line – in either solid PP sheet or including a non-woven surface finish.

PUBLISHED: 6/21/2018

Ecocomp 2019 issues call for papers

The Ecocomp 2019 conference will be held June 19-20, 2019 in Binley, UK.

PUBLISHED: 6/21/2018

Osborne Industries secures ISO 9001:2015 certification

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 is currently the most up-to-date standard for performance of a manufacturer’s Quality Management System.

PUBLISHED: 6/20/2018

TRB develops biocomposite prepreg rail carriage door leaf

The new biocomposite door leaf product has been designed and fire rated for both overground and underground rail use.

PUBLISHED: 6/20/2018

Reliance Industries to set up India's first carbon fiber production line

The company will cater to India’s aerospace and defense sectors as well as industrial and infrastructure. 

PUBLISHED: 6/20/2018

UAC and COMAC approved the general layout of CR929 next new wide-body aircraft

UAC and COMAC have agreed to the aircraft’s principal geometry and will next move on to the stage of full-scale joint development of the aircraft design and systems.

PUBLISHED: 6/20/2018

ACIC 2019 issues call for papers

The 9th international conference on advanced composites in construction, ACIC 2019, will take place on 3-5 September 2019 at the University of Birmingham, UK.

PUBLISHED: 6/20/2018

People on the Move: June 2018

CW’s monthly roundup of people on the move in the composites industry.

PUBLISHED: 6/19/2018

Carbon fiber components featured in Polestar 1

Carbon fiber components have been used extensively in the car’s structure, including the bonnet, boot lid, side panels, doors and the entire roof structure.

PUBLISHED: 6/18/2018

Teijin to support Clean2Antarctica South Pole expedition

Teijin composite materials will be used to reinforce on Clean2Antarctica’s Solar Voyager expedition vehicle, which also utilizes plastic waste and solar power in its trek across Antarctica.

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