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Composite industry news, July 2021

Composite research center in Leicester

Reactive Components has opened a research center in Leicester, UK, specializing in composite materials research.

The 3D printed composites market could reach US$2 billion in the next decade, according to report by market analysis company IDTechEx.

ThermHex Waben and the Fraunhofer Institute are researching ways to series produce a new composite called the Organosandwich.

Biesterfeld reports that it is expanding its distribution partnership with American manufacturer Scigrip to the UK.

Cygnet Texkimp has appointed Gareth Davies and Volker Koehler as international sales managers.

US materials research center 401 Tech Bridge and the US Navy have launched a US$50,000 challenge to design a modular unmanned surface vehicle.

Eastman Machine has become a technology partner of Smart Advanced Manufacturing XL (SAM|XL), a research center based in Delft, the Netherlands.

Covestro is developing ways to recycle waste produced from the processing of its continuous fiber-reinforced polycarbonate composites (CFRTPs).

Toray says that it has opened a Resins technical center near its automotive facility near Munich, Germany.

Scientists from the University of Bristol have chosen composite materials to be affixed to the ISS to test how they age in space.

The next International Composites Summit (ICS) will take place in London, UK from 8–9 September.

Composite tooling specialist Nèos International, based in the UK, has opened a new headquarters and composite manufacturing facility in Derby.

Adhesive manufacturer Henkel has reported organic growth of +7.7% to around €5 billion in Q1 2021.

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