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Autocomposites from waste: Garbage in, valuable, functional parts out
Automakers explore use of waste materials to make commercial car parts.
There are numerous methods for fabricating composite components. Selection of a method for a particular part, therefore, will depend on the materials, the part design and end-use or application. Here's a guide to selection.
Recycled carbon fiber update: Closing the CFRP lifecycle loop
Commercial production of recycled carbon fiber currently outpaces applications for it, but materials characterization and new technology demonstrations promise to close the gap.
CAMISMA’s car seat back: Hybrid composite for high volume
Recycled fibers, in-situ polymerized PA12 and steel inserts combined in one-shot process to cut weight 40 percent at competitive cost, cycle time and safety.
Sitting pretty: Car seat concept scores a first
Automotive supplier’s reinforced thermoplastic back frame curtails weight and simplifies molding/styling tasks.
Automotive, going forward?
CT editor-in-chief Jeff Sloan asks when, if and how composites professionals will be ready to meet the challenges of significant use of carbon fiber composites in automobiles.
SAMPE 2011 Long Beach Product Showcase
Huge show, huge new product offerings … huge success.
Green Car Conference looks at sustainable vehicles
Well-attended first-time event marred by lack of composites industry representation.
Tailored carbon fiber blanks to move into steel stamping arena
Reduced scrap and cost driving forces behind new technique for automotive industry.