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Composite industry features, July 2018

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plant-based green, sustainable polymers and composites that can replace conventional petroleum-based materials are making big strides

Carbon fiber plastics reinforced no longer have to be incinerated or sent to landfill but can be recycled and reused.

An effective composite should be able to optimize the properties of the individual components as one.

CE marking is evidence that the product meets the minimum legal and technical requirements of safety in the European Union.

New materials create higher-performing components. This can be seen with materials such as composites for Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).

Reinforced Plastics talks to people pushing out the boundaries of 3D printing.

Composites are a dynamic, high-volume growth industry in Europe.

Vitrimers are ‘malleable thermosets’ which are challenging the status quo in the composites industry.

Liz Nickels spoke to marine composites company Nautech Composites about a recent shipyard move and about the current state of shipbuilding in the UK.

Liz Nickels spoke to Teton Composites about 3D printing reinforced plastics, stress analysis software, and the importance of analysis in composite design.

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