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Published: 9/13/2019

Composite Integration Ltd. moves to new, expanded facility
The RTM and resin infusion specialist will use the additional space at its Saltash, U.K. facility for R&D, training and larger machines.

Published: 9/12/2019

Voith Composites, HRC to develop hydrogen pressure vessels for EVs
The next-generation filament-wound composite high pressure vessels will be designed for use with fuel cell electric vehicles.

Published: 9/11/2019

Renault F1 team chooses Plataine IIoT optimization system
Plataine’s AI-based IIoT sensor network enables real-time tracking of composite prepreg materials for the company’s F1 vehicles.

Published: 9/5/2019

SAERTEX acquires TK Industries
TK Industries manufactures heavy-tow, multiaxial carbon fiber fabrics for various industries.

Published: 9/3/2019

SPE announces 2019 ACCE Best Paper award winners
The three winning authors will present their papers at the SPE ACCE conference this week in Novi, Michigan.

Published: 8/27/2019

Mikrosam launches automation for production of hydrogen, CNG tanks
A new production line will combine filament winding and automation to produce more than 60,000 tanks annually for the automotive industry.

Published: 8/27/2019

SPE ACCE 2019 announces third keynote
Edward D. Moss, engineering group manager for Corvette Body Structure, will discuss “Composites on the New Chevrolet Corvette" at SPE ACCE September 4 – 6, 2019 in Novi, Mich., U.S.

Published: 8/26/2019

Biodegradable, biobased Ekoa composite veneers are in production
Ekoa 99.7% bio-based veneers are used to finish surfaces in walls, ceilings, furniture and vehicle interiors.

Published: 8/23/2019

SPE announces 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winner
Michael J. Whitens, retired formal global director at Ford Motor Co., will be honored at the SPE Automotive Innovation Awards Gala on Nov. 6.

Published: 8/16/2019

BAC launches graphene-enhanced carbon fiber intensive supercar
Briggs Automotive Company’s Mono R is the first production car in the world to fully incorporate the use of graphene-enhanced carbon fiber in every body panel.