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Composite applications news, January 2021

Stronger thermoplastics can replace steel

Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials (MCAM) has expanded its range of structural thermoplastic materials for new applications.

SGL Carbon has increased its fiber composite production in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

TFP plans to acquire PV3 Technologies (PV3), which specialises in making electrochemical materials used in the creation of green hydrogen.

Kordsa says that it will supply TRB Lightweight Structures with carbon fiber fabrics for a range of battery enclosures for electric vehicles (EV).

A range of honeycomb material is being used to make parts by two automotive manufacturers in Mexico.

Engineers have created a new shape-changing, or 'morphing', nozzle for 3D printing fiber-filled composites for use in 4D printing applications.

Olympus has developed a new scanner that it says makes it easier to inspect composite components with large surface areas.

Notus Composites has made its final shipment of fire retardant (FR) epoxy prepreg to be used in Dubai’s Museum of the Future.

Airbus says that the Belgian Air Force has taken delivery of its first of seven Airbus A400M military transport aircraft.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has agreed to acquire aerospace and defense rocket engine manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings.

SAMC, AVIC Supply and GKN Aerospace have signed a strategic joint venture (JV) agreement to make composite and metal aerostructures in Jingjiang, China.

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