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Composite applications news, May 2019

Engineering group Fives Lund has been recognized as supplier of the year in the technology category by The Boeing Company.

The Composites Leadership Forum (CLF) announces that Ken Smart, executive director at McLaren Automotive, will take over the role of chair.

Porcher Sport, the sports and leisure division of Porcher Industries, plans to be a race sponsor of the Red Bull X-Alps 2019 paragliding race.

researchers have developed an alternative to plastic in the form of a recyclable composite made from graphite and cellulose extracted from wood pulp

Lanxess plans to showcase polyamide 66 alternatives during a conference taking place at plastics testing center Süddeutsche Kunststoffzentrum (SKZ).

Scott Bader plans to host a free webinar covering rapid tooling in composites.

The US Air Force Research Laboratory has developed a 3D printed polymer-based foam structure that can respond to the force of a shock wave.

Lanxess plans to work with Citrine Informatics, a US-based artificial intelligence (AI) company, to develop new materials more efficiently.

Composites One has opened registration for a workshop presented by the company and the Closed Mold Alliance, in partnership with IACMI.

Inspired by the skin of cephalopods such as squid, engineers have developed a new composite material that can trap or release heat as desired.

TxV Aero Composites has received AS9100 and ISO 9001:2015 certification for a thermoplastic composite part manufacturing facility.

Porcher Industries plans to showcase a range of its products at Techtextil 2019, taking place from 14 to 17 May in Frankfurt, Germany.

Johns Manville has developed 800 Series Spin-Glas Ultra, a glass fiber insulation board with a polypropylene (PP) coated (poly-top) facing.

Aerospace composites company Spirit AeroSystems has reported Q1 revenues of US$2.0 billion, up 13% from the same period of last year.

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