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Published: 1/29/2018

Renegade recognized for supplier innovation
Renegade Materials was recognized for Supplier Innovation by Meggitt Polymers & Composites Group at Meggitt’s 2017 Global Supplier Conference.

Published: 9/25/2017

Solvay to begin PEKK production, sells polyamides business
Solvay will start manufacturing polyetherketonketone (PEKK) resin in the US to support its aerocomposites customers; its polyamides business is being sold to BASF.

Published: 6/2/2017

AREVO and In-Q-Tel partner to drive high-volume composite additive manufacturing
In-Q-Tel identifies AREVO’s technology for complex, lightweight 3D-printed composite parts with continuous fiber as strategic to support US Intelligence Community.

Published: 2/21/2017

GE Aviation making progress on CMC facilities in Alabama
$200 million Huntsville operation to produce up to 20 metric tons of material a year.

Published: 10/17/2016

Firestone Fibers & Textiles acquires interest in Rapid Composites affiliate
Collaboration aims for exciting developments in future composites.

Published: 6/20/2016

GE Aviation breaks ground on CMC facilities in Alabama
The two adjacent factories in Huntsville will mass-produce silicon carbide (SiC) materials used to manufacture ceramic matrix composite components (CMCs) for jet engines and land-based gas turbines for electric power.

Published: 1/26/2015

Fully transparent, rollable electronics built with graphene/CNT backbone
Carbon nanotubes and graphene provide mechanical properties and bonding enabling high-temp polyimide resin to provide flexible circuit substrate.

Published: 10/20/2014

DSM launches next generation of Diablo high temperature polyamides
The new grades are aimed at applications in automotive engine compartments and temperatures as high as 260°C.

Published: 12/2/2013

Gharda Plastics launches two new grades of engineering resins
The Mumbai, India-based manufacturer plans to produce new alloys of PEK and PBI more cost-effectively, it says.

Published: 11/25/2013

GE Aviation breaks ground on new CMC engine component facility
The new manufacturing plant in Asheville, N.C. will mass produce jet engine components of ceramic matrix composite (CMC) materials, for the hot section.