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Published: 3/23/2020

Sustainability matters: Now, not just in the future
Public opinion on plastics will sharpen the focus on sustainability in composites manufacturing.

Published: 3/10/2020

Tepex reinforces child seat headrest demonstrator
Continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastics and a new PCIM-based production process demonstrate potential for lightweight structural safety components.

Published: 3/6/2020

UK composites structure manufacturer continues to expand
Norco, which built its reputation as a manufacturer of large glass fiber reinforced structures, continues to grow and currently offers a wide range of bespoke composite products.

Published: 3/2/2020

Building bridges with composites
The growing role of advanced materials in infrastructure.

Published: 2/28/2020

Microfiber-infused resin enables single-step molding process
Spoke Materials’ reinforced liquid composites provide alternative fabrication methods.

Published: 2/24/2020

DC dielectric sensors for industrial composites production
Synthesites in situ process monitoring enables cure decisions based on real-time Tg evaluation that can reduce cure cycles by up to 50%.

Published: 2/20/2020

I have seen the future and it is coming
The last 20 years were good to composites. What does the next 20 years have in store?

Published: 1/28/2020

The coming decade: Clarity with a strong dose of uncertainty
Columnist Dale Brosius considers the potential and uncertain role of composites in aerospace, automotive and other markets in the coming decade.

Published: 1/17/2020

The markets: Renewable energy (2020)
The global market for wind turbine composite materials could reach a market value of more than 12 billion by 2023 and is expected to grow at CAGR around 9.6% from now to 2023.

Published: 1/15/2020

The markets: Electronics (2020)
Consumers demand in the electronics market for greater durability and more features at lower cost and weight is driving OEMs toward composite solutions.