PUBLISHED: 3/27/2020

TFP's new lightweight veils target high-temperature applications

Technical Fibre Products is introducing new, lightweight veils designed for high-temperature performance in composites.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2020

Huntsman epoxy, polyurethane resins designed for aero, auto, wind

Huntsman Advanced Materials is showcasing applications of its resin systems for the automotive, aerospace, wind energy markets.


PUBLISHED: 3/26/2020

Composite Integration launches resin transfer molding, infusion technologies

The company’s modular infusion manifold automates the infusion process to simplify manufacture of large composite structures.


PUBLISHED: 3/26/2020

Roth offers filament winding automation, prepreg and towpreg equipment

Roth Composite Machinery is showcasing its competences in filament winding, prepreg and organic sheet production.


PUBLISHED: 3/26/2020

Scott Bader launches resins, gelcoats, adhesives for structural applications

Crestabond M7-04 is the company’s latest primer-less MMA structural adhesive.


PUBLISHED: 3/25/2020

ITA RWTH Aachen University launches fiber-coating line, carbon fiber research

The Institut für Textiltechnik of RWTH Aachen University is presenting innovations in glass and carbon fiber production at the joint stand of the Aachen Center for Integrative Lightweight Construction.


PUBLISHED: 3/25/2020

SAERTEX introduces glass, carbon fiber fabrics for wind blades, marine

The company is launching a range of new glass and carbon fiber materials for wind turbine rotor blades, boatbuilding and more.


PUBLISHED: 3/25/2020

IPCO introduces powder, fiber scattering system

The company’s double-belt presses and scattering systems provide an efficient solution for the continuous production of a range of materials.


PUBLISHED: 3/25/2020

3A Composites launches carbon-neutral balsa core material

3A Composites Core Materials is presenting BALTEK SBC and AIREX TegraCore core materials.


PUBLISHED: 3/25/2020

Thomas + Technik introduces modular, compact pultrusion system

At 3.5 meters long, pullCUBE is reported to be about 75% shorter than conventional pultrusion machines, and the shortest yet built.