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OCSiAl, which makes graphene nanotubes, has appointed Hayim Pinhas AŞ as its new Turkish distributor.

Researchers have enhanced the strength of carbon fiber composites by simultaneously optimizing the orientation and thickness of the fibers.

CRP Technology has introduced a new polyamide-based carbon fiber filled composite for powder bed fusion (PBF) 3D printing.

AIMPLAS says that its workshop entitled ‘The Art of Mixing, Reinforcing and Incorporating Additives to Plastics’ will be held online from 8–9 June 2021.

CompoTech will be showcasing its carbon fiber beams and joint at JEC Composites Connect 2021, taking place online from 1-2 June 2021.

A chair made from hemp fibers and bio-resin has been awarded first place in the Renewable Material of the Year 2021 awards.

Cygnet Texkimp and The Northwest Composites Centre have partnered to test fiber winding technology against braiding and traditional filament winding.

JEC says that more than 1,000 composites companies from 46 countries will participate in its online industry exhibition.

TRB Lightweight Structures reports that it has produced and shipped 25,000 parts made from its proprietary, rapid-cure prepreg material.

Gurit says that its net sales for Q1 were CHF 127.7 million, a decline of 4.8% at constant exchange rates or 5.2% in reported CHF versus prior year.

Programmable, dynamically-controlled surface of moveable metal pins helps 3D printing

Sandia released a new study which suggests that a new carbon fiber material could bring cost and performance benefits to the wind industry.

Composites UK says that it is now welcoming entries for its 2021 Composite Industry Awards.

The UK composites industry is ‘facing unprecedented challenges’ due to a dip in raw material availability, according to trade organization Composites UK.

Hexcel says that it will be developing a new prepreg as part of the UK-based Aerospace and Automotive Supply Chain Enabled (ASCEND) development project.

machine learning algorithm trained to predict pullout forces of carbon nanotubes from polymer matrix

GKN Aerospace is leading a new UK industry consortium to develop more sustainable composite material for the UK aerospace and automotive industries.

JEC has set the date for an online event taking place from 1-2 June 2021, to replace the postponed JEC World show.

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