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CAMX 2018 preview: Olin
Epoxy manufacturer Olin Corp. (Clayton, MO, US) is unveiling several new technologies for composite applications, which will be shown in finished products on display in Olin’s booth
Pultruded composites market growing, says EPTA
The European Pultrusion Technology Association (EPTA, Frankfurt, Germany) has published an in-depth report on its highly successful 2018 conference, held in Vienna on March 1-2, 2018. The 12-page document, World Pultrusion Conference 2018: Attractive Long-Term Prospects for Pultruded Composites, is available to download from the EPTA website.
Five highlights from JEC World 2018
It’s not Spring without a trip to Paris, France for the JEC World 2018 composites conference. It’s become a very big show, and thus, offers some big announcements and some developing trends.
JEC Europe 2012 report
A big, busy show and a big variety of new developments boded well for the industry’s future.
Low-cost methods realize high-concept Superbus
Multifunctional mass-transport vehicle concept takes shape via resin-infused carbon/epoxy and vacuum-formed glass-reinforced thermoplastic sandwich construction.
JEC COMPOSITES 2008 show review
Composites professionals converged on this annual Parisian gathering in greater numbers than ever before, confident that the market’s global growth will continue.
Engineering Insights: Conveyor Manufacturer Springs for Composites
Vibratory conveyor a natural fit for flexible, contoured composite spring arms.
Waves Of Change: From Shock To Opportunity
Closing of Clark Foam opens surfboard industry to new technologies.
Update: Composite PCBs
Small printed circuit boards are big consumers of composite materials.
Pultruded Heavy Commercial Window an Industry First
Composites add strength and insulating value, improving occupant comfort and reducing energy cost.
Racing Veteran Fine-tunes Classic Competitive Concept
Hand layup of reinforced epoxy yields hybrid luxury powerboat/offshore racer.
Tooling roundup: New materials, new methods
"Ingenuity" describes new tooling approaches for composites manufacturing.
Composite manufacturers thrive on products manufactured for the Automotive Aftermarket
Carbon and fiberglass accessories make up a big chunk of this multi-billion-dollar industry.
Composites on the Line
Electric utilities are ripe for conversion from wood power poles and cross-arms and steel-cored conductive cables to composite constructions, but most must still be persuaded.
Parts consolidation key to lower cost composites
Reducing part count creates new engineering challenges.
Fighting Ships Augment Combat Readiness With Advanced Composites
Navies adopt composite materials for stealth and speed.
Vinyl Esters Make Tough Parts For Highly Corrosive Applications
An array of case studies showcases the growing acceptance of fiberglass/vinyl ester composites in harsh industrial environments.
Composites Do Wood One Better
Extruded wood-filled/thermoplastic composite materials experience explosive growth.
Light-sport Plane Category Creates Take-off Point For Composites
Composites manufacturers and suppliers — and pilots — benefit from new FAA aircraft designation.
Offshore Applications: The Future Is Now
The number of composites installations continues to grow on new and existing offshore facilities.
New Lightweight Trailer Delivers Heavy-duty Performance
All-composite chassis and trailer design offers truckers increased cargo capacity plus greater durability.