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Published: 11/16/2018

The markets: Sports and recreation (2019)
Today, composites are found in products used in 7 of the 10 most popular outdoor sports and recreational activities.

Published: 11/16/2018

Composites 2019: A multitude of markets
The composites industry, in general, is continuing to show health and growth, powered particularly by its aerospace, automotive and wind energy sectors.

Published: 9/1/2018

Q&A: Michael Del Pero, managing director, FocalPoint Partners
Editor’s note: The highly dynamic nature of the composites industry makes it a strong target for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity from a variety of companies and investors eager to be a part of the industry’s growth.

Published: 9/1/2018

Safe cycling: Keys to composite bike design integrity
Steps bike designers and manufacturers must take to keep high-performance carbon fiber composite bicycles safe, upright and on the road or trial.

Published: 9/1/2018

CAMX 2018 Preview
CAMX combines forces with IFAI for a big Texas Event.

Published: 8/1/2018

SPE ACCE 2018 preview
Mobility composites are expected to draw an international crowd to this annual Motor City gathering.

Published: 8/1/2018

Q&A: Tom Lemire, TFLemire Consulting
CW Talks: The Composites Podcast, recently spoke to Tom Lemire, currently principal of TFLemire Consulting (Irvine, CA, US) and a longtime veteran of the composites industry. Lemire’s career spans back to the late 1960s, and he event...

Published: 8/1/2018

US styrene-reduction mandates: Go or no-go?
Legislative changes are slow in coming, but technology forges ahead.

Published: 8/1/2018

Styrene ≠ polystyrene: An important distinction for composites
Definitions are important when discussing technology. Although often used interchangeably, the terms styrene and polystyrene refer to different materials.

Published: 7/1/2018

Can we achieve global standards for composites?
It is the relative lack of such standards that presents one of the highest hurdles to composites adoption, and also is incredibly difficult to address.