Aerolite Carbon is an advanced carbon fiber/thermoplastic material designed for fast, large-volume parts manufacture on existing equipment.
Wisconsin Oven Corp. has introduced a novel IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) predictive maintenance technology designed to optimize oven efficiency.
In addition to meeting supply chain flexibility, the desktop composite 3D printer offers a safe and sustainable materials portfolio.
The carbon fiber prepreg can be cured at 150ºC for 10 minutes, is suitable for structural parts requiring Tg within 120-140ºC and can be stored for up to 18 months at -18ºC
Fibreworks Composites and sister company Composite Factory highlight their capabilities for building complex composite structures.
Improvements include new algorithms, added support for Abaqus, Ansys Workbench add-ins and a faster, more reliable SolidWorks add-in.
Collaborative robots use algorithm-based quality inspection systems to automate assembly and finishing processes for composite aerospace structures.
The Ice9 product offerings are composed of carbon-based fillers and ceramic filler parts.
Developed by an Egyptian research consortium, PalmFil fibers and nonwovens have been developed for use in automotive composite applications and more.
The new woven prepregs are offered with polypropylene or polyamide resin matrices in sheets up to 1.2 by 1.2 meters.