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Composite applications news, December 2020

JEC says that its JEC Summit Sports & Health – Connect online event platform fattracted more than 1,100 professionals from 36 countries.

General Motors (AM) has opened a new 15,000 ft2 3D printing facility, called the Additive Industrialization Center (AIC).

3M and Safran Cabin have formed a partnership to develop aircraft cabin interiors that can make it easier to remove of bacteria and viruses.

401 Tech Bridge has announced funding for three SME composite projects to be developed at the institution’s college of engineering.

Hexcel Corporation says that its long-term contract with Safran has been expanded for a broader range of commercial aerospace applications.

Nanomaterial-based device that can heat or cool buildings

A new survey commissioned by JEC suggests that many companies are feeling positive about the future of the industry.

The organizers of MarineAM, a new two-day conference focusing on materials for the marine sector, have issued a call for papers.

Researchers developed a method to create 3D models of the fibers within composite materials, which they used to predict thermal conductivity.

The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Cymru in Broughton, Wales, has marked its first anniversary.

GKN Automotive says that 13 new electric vehicle (EV) models featuring its eDrive technology have entered the market.

Bindatex has been awarded an Innovate UK grant of almost £100,000 to widen the market for its 1 mm wide slitting capability.

Consultancy company AMAC has agreed to help launch products manufactured by Fibercoat GmbH, a supplier of coated fibers for composite and shielding.

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