PUBLISHED: 4/25/2018

Solvay launches high-performance carbon fiber tape for offshore oil and gas applications

Evolite F1050 is a market first high-performance thermoplastic composite with continuous carbon fiber reinforcement for demanding offshore oil and gas applications.


PUBLISHED: 4/20/2018

New blast resistant fabric from Porcher Industries

New para-aramid based fabric has been developed to provide soldiers with an extra level of protection against improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in garments worn next to the skin.


PUBLISHED: 4/19/2018

Coastal Enterprises' material selection guide is here to help

Material selection guide can help determine if Precision Board HDU is right for a project.


PUBLISHED: 4/17/2018

BÜFA releases line of novel conductive gelcoats

With their high performance and protective characteristics, conductive gelcoats with TUBALL single wall carbon nanotubes are storming particular markets.


PUBLISHED: 4/17/2018

MultiMech 18.0 features improved accuracy and speed

MultiMech 18.0 empowers engineers to perform faster, smarter and more realistic analysis of composites. 


PUBLISHED: 4/16/2018

JETCAM releases new versions of core applications

JETCAM (Monaco) on April 6 announced new versions of its entire range of core applications, which now also includes new iOS/Android apps.


PUBLISHED: 4/13/2018

Mahr expands OPTIMAR 100

OPTIMAR 100 is a proven solution for testing dial and digital indicators, test indicators and dial comparators, with image processing for the automated testing of measuring equipment.


PUBLISHED: 4/13/2018

Ashland launches new Derakane resin

New resin improves manufacturing efficiencies and lowers emissions with an innovative styrene suppressant technology while maintaining the performance of the legacy Derakane lines.


PUBLISHED: 4/10/2018

New light-curing adhesive bonds temperature resistant thermoplastics

Vitralit UV 4802 was developed by Panacol for bonding high-temperature resistant thermoplastics such as PEEK with other non-compatible materials. 


PUBLISHED: 4/10/2018

New 3D printing filaments based on PEKK and PVDF now available

The new Kepstan PEKK and Kynar PVDF filaments are designed for 3D printing of highly technical parts requiring extreme performance.


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