Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Düsseldorf , D-40589 DE
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Henkel, Fortify partner to enable high-performance applications in 3D printing
The companies are leveraging Fortify’s composite 3D printing technology with Henkel’s resins for injection mold tools and other applications.
Henkel to collaborate with Carbon Revolution on composite wheels
Henkel and Carbon Revolution join forces to speed OEM automotive one-piece carbon fiber wheels development.
Henkel partnering in SYMPA research project for 3D-printed composites in automotive
Goals include new materials, printing and post-processing technologies for durable fiber reinforcement using stereolithography (SLA) and digital light processing (DLP).
Henkel opens European hub for aerospace adhesive solutions
The new production plant in Spain supports lightweighting, fuel efficiency and automation for aerospace applications.
Henkel strengthens 3D printing portfolio
Henkel acquires US-based additive manufacturing and industrial inkjet company.
Proving viability of dry fabrics, infusion for large aerostructures
Danobat’s ADMP is used to produce a wing demonstrator with non-crimp fabrics.
JEC World 2019 briefs
JEC briefs on Bindatex, FILL, Solvay, Henkel, Web Industries, Cobra, PolyOne, GKN Fokker, Thomas Technik + Innovation and Hyosung Advanced Materials.
Kaneka Aerospace acheives AS9100D aerospace certification
Kaneka Aerospace’s product portfolio includes high performance resins, prepregs and adhesive materials.
Developing next-generation composites talent
The M.C. Gill Composites Center at the University of Southern California has steadily grown to become one of the industry’s educational and R&D stalwarts.
Henkel invests in adhesive technology innovation center
The new facility will feature labs, research and testing facilities, office space and conference rooms.
Henkel opens Innovation and Interaction Center for 3D Printing
The center will be Henkel’s European regional hub for technology presentations, demonstrations, training and testing, as well as customer service for 3D Printing solutions.
Henkel announces novel additive manufacturing materials
Henkel Adhesive Technologies accelerates commercializing tailor-made materials and offers comprehensive services for 3D Printing solutions.
Another opportunity to meet, and learn, in Paris
At the JEC World 2017, improvements in materials and processes were present at nearly every stand, with the emphasis on automotive-capable production speeds.
Wet and dry peel plies
Thinking of using only peel ply as adhesive bonding surface prep? You should understand all of the issues involved.
Structural adhesives, Part II: Aerospace
Tried-and-true legacy epoxies are a must for aerospace composites, but usage is increasing with improved forms.
JEC World 2016: Automotive highlights
On the automotive side, Henkel (Düsseldorf, Germany) emphasized on its JEC stand a glass fiber-reinforced composite leaf spring, based on Henkel’s polyurethane matrix resin Loctite MAX 2, used in the chassis of the new Volvo (Gothenberg, Sweden) XC90, a premium crossover SUV; the platform of this vehicle is expected to be applied to other Volvo cars in the coming years.
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.
The matrix binds the fiber reinforcement, gives the composite component its shape and determines its surface quality. A composite matrix may be a polymer, ceramic, metal or carbon. Here’s a guide to selection.
Composites for repair
Composites offer cost-effective means to repair, protect and/or strengthen structures made of steel, concrete or other materials.
Composites 101: Tooling
Composite parts are formed in molds, also known as tools. Tools can be made from virtually any material. The material type, shape and complexity depend upon the part and length of production run. Here's a short summary of the issues involved in electing and making tools.
Aircraft composites repair moves toward maturity
New technologies seek to address the challenges MROs will increasingly face in the age of commercial airliners with composite airframes.