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Published: 10/24/2018

CAMX Show Daily available for download
All three issues of the 2018 CAMX Show Daily are available to read online or for download.

Published: 10/3/2018

A new lightweighting material on the scene?
Magnesium alloy company introduces products to cycling industry with an eye on other lightweighting markets.

Published: 9/28/2018

Making prepreg tape more accessible
Cygnet Texkimp’s new slitter-spooler offers economical production of high-quality tapes and vertical integration for manufacturers to access a much wider market.

Published: 9/16/2018

Lightweight Reading: COBRA International celebrates 40th year with retrospective book
Looking back on 40 years of COBRA International composites for watersport products – and beyond.

Published: 9/7/2018

Automated Preforming: Fill Gesellschaft
Fill automates preforming for 1-min cycle time overmolded thermoplastic automotive parts but supplies automation throughout aero- and autocomposites process chains.

Published: 8/17/2018

Lightweight Reading: Endless Summer Edition
CW’s occasional round up of fun composite products and offbeat news surrounding the composites industry. 

Published: 8/8/2018

Covestro establishes CFRTP as "a material class of its own"
Trademarked as Maezio, Covestro claims continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic composites “outperform metals,” offering advantages in aesthetics, lightweight and robust process flexibility.

Published: 7/22/2018

Tour de France and bicycles: a showcase for composites
Senior editor Sara Black offers a round up of CW’s reporting over the years about composite bikes and the design efforts and complex materials that go into them.

Published: 7/6/2018

Lightweight Reading
CW’s occasional round up of fun composite products and offbeat news surrounding the composites industry. 

Published: 5/30/2018

Ekoa TP, better than wood
Flax fiber/bio-thermoplastic composite provide look and feel of wood but higher properties, targeting $80 billion interiors market and, eventually, a wood replacement for construction.