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As Seen In CompositesWorld
People in Composites: August 2020
CW’s monthly roundup of changing leadership in the composites industry includes Gurit, TPI, Tooling Tech Group, Wisk and more.
JEC World 2019 preview: Future Materials Group
Future Materials Group (FMG, Cambridge, U.K., 6/D9), a business consultancy and advisory group specializing in the high-value manufacturing and advanced materials sectors, is running one-to-one Think Tank sessions throughout JEC World 2019.
Graphene and CNTs: Commercialization after the hype
Graphene and CNT applications within the advanced composites sector are still at a relatively early stage of the commercialization process, but as the availability of materials or dispersions of consistent quality has increased, a number of composite materials and components are starting to incorporate these nanomaterials.
Aerospace growth climbs with carbon fiber
The business case for carbon fiber in narrowbodies has become a lot stronger now that these operational benefits are in evidence.
The composites super cycle — are we still living the dream?
Predicted before the 2008 recessionary crash, the super cycle’s foundations were to be built on an increasing use of composites in aircraft. How did it play out?
JEC World 2016, the full report
CompositesWorld's editors report on the technologies and products that caught our eye at JEC World 2016, in early March.
Hidden potential: An indifferent year for M&A belies a rich vein of opportunity for acquirers
Guest columnist David Schofield, cofounder and managing director of Future Materials Group (Cambridge, UK), an independent strategic advisory firm, sees much unseen and, therefore, untapped potential.