Evonik Resource Efficiency GmbH
Marl , 45772 DE
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Evonik rigid foam cores utilized for automated composites fabrication
Foam cores specialist Evonik is featuring the results of a joint study by Evonik Industries, Composite Technology Center GmbH and Deutsche Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., on the use of rigid foam material in automated production.
Removing barriers to lightweighting ships with composites
EU consortia propel large demonstrators, new technology and affordable certification.
Epoxy hardener designed for SMCs in e-mobility applications
Evonik has launched VESTALITE S, an epoxy hardener designed for sheet molding compounds (SMCs) in electric vehicles and other automotive applications.
Evonik to build new PA12 production facility
The Germany-based facility, intended to meet needs in automotive, oil & gas and 3D printing industries, will reportedly increase the company’s overall capacity for PA12 by more than 50%.
Multimaterial carbon fiber composite engine brace
The project’s aim was to produce a lighter, composite version of an aluminum Audi engine brace, with a more aesthetic molded shape.
Israel’s aerodefense cornerstone poised for greater global outreach
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is developing increasing expertise both in and out of the autoclave as it expands an already broad composites production portfolio.
Thriving aerospace pioneer builds business in the air and on land
Aerospace tier supplier Kanfit Ltd. is expanding, offering both composite and metal parts for applications in an expanding range of high-performance markets.
Evonik study researches best resins for surface quality and shrinkage control
New white paper authored by Eike Langkabel, Sebastian de Nardo, and Jens Bockhoff, examines the best resin formulations for composites used in automotive part production, both structural parts and body panels.
Reversibly crosslinking thermoset-thermoplastic hybrid polymers
Evonik’s new system delivers crosslinked performance of epoxies below 100°C, processing benefits of thermoplastics above 170°C.