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Published: 5/21/2018

IACMI, DuPont, Fibrtec and Purdue University explore new thermoplastics manufacturing process
New carbon fiber composite manufacturing process exhibits improved fabric formability characteristics compared to traditional woven materials.

Published: 5/19/2018

4M production line site selection underway
The company has short-listed Tennessee and Georgia as possible sites for its carbon fiber product demonstration line using advanced atmospheric plasma oxidation.

Published: 5/18/2018

OceanGate's Titanic expedition rescheduled
The five-person carbon fiber and titanium submersible Titan will survey the Titanic wreckage in the summer of 2019.

Published: 5/14/2018

SGL and Automotive Management Consulting announce cooperation to develop "xFK in 3D" technology
SGL Sigrapreg TowPreg used in patented 3D winding process to produce lightweight, optimized composite structures with efficiency, speed and reduced waste.

Published: 5/10/2018

Update on CTC Global's ACCC Conductor
The carbon fiber core powerline product has recently been installed in South Carolina, India and Spain.

Published: 5/7/2018

People on the Move: May 2018
CW’s monthly roundup of people on the move in the composites industry.

Published: 5/4/2018

Premium Aerotec presents thermoplastic CFRP A320 pressure bulkhead
Premium Aerotec shows the potential that CFRP with a thermoplastic matrix holds for the future with the world’s first demonstrator for an A320 pressure bulkhead.

Published: 4/30/2018

4M, ORNL and RMX Technologies to manufacture low-cost carbon fiber from textile PAN
The project’s objective is to demonstrate that standard modulus carbon fiber can be made from textile grade PAN precursor using less energy and processing time.

Published: 4/30/2018

OHB to negotiate implentation of ESA exoplanet research satellite
The European Space Agency has selected OBH System AG as industrial prime contractor to negotiate the implementation of its PLATO satellite, which will detect and conduct research into exoplanets.

Published: 4/24/2018

Teijin expands with new bases in China and Taiwan
Teijin has established bases in Shanghai, China and Taipei, Taiwan  to capitalize on the expanding demand for carbon fiber.