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Published: 10/21/2019

4M Carbon Fiber, Montefibre Carbon to partner for carbon fiber production
The companies plan to form a joint venture that combines 4M’s low-cost production technology with Montefibre’s ultra-large tow carbon fiber PAN precursor.

Published: 10/21/2019

Stajvelo e-bike built with Solvay long-fiber thermoplastic material
For its injection-molded composite, urban e-bike, Stajvelo chose Solvay’s long fiber-reinforced Xencor polyarylamide compound.

Published: 10/18/2019

Covestro uses Maezio thermoplastic composites for prototype future mobility interiors
Recently unveiled premium concept focuses on multifunctional design, comfort and lightweight. 

Published: 10/18/2019

GE Haliade-X wind turbines to be used by Dogger Bank Wind Farms
Dogger Bank Wind Farms plans to develop the largest offshore wind farm in the world, off the coast of the U.K.

Published: 10/18/2019

Composites industry events focus on recycled carbon fiber, filament winding
CETMA and Suez present a workshop on recycled carbon fiber, MF Tech announces global filament winding convention, and SAMPE 2020 abstracts are due Nov. 15.

Published: 10/17/2019

Dymag to increase carbon fiber wheel production
Dymag plans to increase its production capacity to drive down the costs of wheels and structural composite components. 

Published: 10/16/2019

Italian startup introduces award-winning composite motorcycle
Carboni e Metalli’s Apollo mission-inspired bike combines carbon fiber composites with 3D-printed metal, winning a recent “Best Motorcycle” award.

Published: 10/15/2019

Quickstep opens flare housing manufacturing facility
The new facility, in Bankstown, Australia, will manufacture composite housings for the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter aircraft’s countermeasure flares.

Published: 10/11/2019

Montefibre Carbon awarded €5.6 million from Spanish government
The investment will enable the large-tow PAN precursor manufacturer to expand its production capacity to 33,000 metric tons per year by 2025, the company says.

Published: 10/10/2019

Scott Bader's urethane acrylate resins enable Corvette Stingray bumper beam
The company’s Crestapol resins were used for the automotive industry’s first curved, multi-hollow pultruded carbon fiber bumper beam.