Owens Corning Composite Solutions Business
One Owens Corning Pkwy.
Toledo , OH 43659 US
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Composites suppliers, fabricators respond to coronavirus
Companies across the composites industry supply chain share how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their businesses, and how they are available to help.
Building bridges with composites
The growing role of advanced materials in infrastructure.
On the road with CompositesWorld
CW Senior Editor Scott Francis offers a recap of recent composites industries events including CAMX 2019 and SPE ACCE 2019.
IACMI SMC Workshop: From What to Why
Introductory course teaches students about composition, characteristics, benefits of sheet-molding compound.
The still-promised potential of basalt fiber composites
Although the long-anticipated market surge in basalt fiber-reinforced polymer composites remains largely in the future, basalt fiber manufacturers are making headway over the technical and market hurdles toward large-scale application.
Owens Corning and Thought3D collaborate on adhesive for composite 3D printing filament
Magigoo PP-GF aids in the first layer adhesion for challenging prints using XSTRAND GF30-PP.
Video: Manufacturing the Future With Composites
CAMX 2018 showcased a video giving attendees a glimpse of the future through the eyes of the composites industry and illustrating the way advanced materials are being used to improve our lives.
Racing catamaran still performing
Gougeon Brothers Inc. created a composite racing catamaran in 1990 that is still setting speed records decades later.
CAMX 2018: Big changes coming
3D printing goes thermoset, pultrusion aims at automotive, a polyester resin with Tg>250°C and much more from the Dallas exhibit floor.
2018 CAMX Award finalists announced
The winning entries will be announced and presented during the General Session at CAMX on Tuesday, Oct.16 in Dallas, TX, US.
Composite container protects satellites — on the ground
Cored composites add the strength, smoothness and portability needed for a container built to ship satellites over air, land and water.
Continuous Fiber Manufacturing (CFM) with moi composites
Continuous fiber 3D printing using epoxy, vinylester and acrylic with continuous glass, carbon, basalt and other fibers, including deposition along nonlinear curves, is only the beginning.
U.S. styrene-reduction mandates: Go or no-go?
Legislative changes are slow in coming, but technology forges ahead.
Owens Corning partners with CPIC to support growing wind energy demand
The two companies announced a joint investment in a new facility dedicated to the manufacture of high-modulus glass fiber products in China.
Composites perform water rescue in high-speed rail tunnel
Channeling out the great quantities of water that flow into Spain’s Pajares railway tunnels in the Cantabria Mountain range required an award-winning composites innovation.
Composites Pavilion at AIA 2018
New composite products for architecture/construction and student designs innovate how composites can be used.
M. Holland Co. to distribute Owens Corning filaments for 3D printing
M. Holland will manage a network of sub-distributors and directly distribute XSTRAND filaments to M. Holland clients in the thermoplastic resin industry
Big composite container protects vital satellite
Before they experience the vibrations of launch and the rigors of the space environment, satellites first have to make it to the launch pad. Pagnotta Engineering Inc. (PEI, Exton, PA, US) was called upon by Orbital ATK (Dulles, VA, US) to design a shipping box to protect Orbital ATK’s GEOStar-3 geosynchronous satellite bus structure, during shipment.
People on the move: March 2018
CW’s monthly roundup of people on the move in the composites industry.
Carbon/glass spar cap enables world’s longest wind blade
LM Wind Power goes long with a resin-infused hybrid carbon composite strategy.
Where are those promised composites technologies now?
Promising technologies of yesteryear: Where are they now? What can be learned from unfulfilled promise?