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Published: 1/16/2020

Plug-and-produce AFP system installed in one day and debuts at composites automation center
Addcomposites completes installations of its AFP-XS toolhead at KUKA Finland and SAM|XL in Netherlands.

Published: 1/2/2020

Top 10 CW news from the 2010s
From 2010-2019, here are CompositesWorld’s most viewed composites industry news from the decade.

Published: 12/30/2019

Top composites news stories of 2019
The top 10 most viewed composites news stories of 2019.

Published: 12/20/2019

Marine composite repair technology research demonstrates success
EU-funded COMPA Repairs glass and carbon fiber composite patch technology promises durable, fast, cost-effective ship repair.

Published: 12/11/2019

ATL Composites contributes to carbon fiber composite powerboat hull
Whiskey Alpha eight five is a recently introduced powerboat featuring a carbon fiber composite hull, developed for low weight and high speed.

Published: 12/6/2019

AC Marine & Composites to build composite blades for 2-MW tidal turbine
The 2-megawatt tidal turbine will feature four 10-meter composite blades, and is expected to be the most powerful tidal turbine to date.

Published: 12/4/2019

Britannia boat cradles manufactured with ELG recycled carbon fiber
ELG Carbon Fibre has processed more than 1.2 metric tonnes of INEOS Team UK’s carbon fiber waste materials to produce two cradles for the new race boat.

Published: 11/15/2019

CEAD, Siemens intensify collaboration for industrial 3D printing of large composite parts
CEAD’s new AM Flexbot includes Siemens’ Sinumerik CNC and Siemens will include a CEAD 3D printing system in its Additive Manufacturing Experience Center 

Published: 11/15/2019

Chomarat carbon fiber reinforcement used in Arcona cruiser-racers
Chomarat’s C-PLY noncrimp fabrics were used for the hulls and decks of Arcona Yachts’ latest models, Arcona 435 and 465.

Published: 11/12/2019

COBRA to partner with Skeeta Foiling Craft on composite hydro foiling dinghies
Skeeta hulls use an expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam core and a single-shot closed mold epoxy lamination process pioneered by the windsurf board market.