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Composite parts news, November 2017

JEC says that Start-up Booster, reportedly the largest start-up competition in the field of composites, is now open.

A little warmth helps composites heal

Self-healing composite has good mechanical properties and can be produced by conventional processing tools.

SGL Group and German engineering company Bertrandt have developed a new design idea for the interior structures of automotive vehicles.

R-TECH Materials said that it increased visitors to its stand by 350% at this year’s Advanced Engineering show.

Composite component manufacturer Safran Nacelles received business opportunities from its participation at Composites UK’s North West Regional Roadshow.

The EPSRC Future Composites Manufacturing Research Hub, in the UK, has released its second call for feasibility studies.

Solvay has formalized a joint venture to supply Boeing with composite materials from a facility to be built in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.

Attendance for the Advanced Engineering show which took place recently in Birmingham, UK, was up 15%, according to its organizers.

The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) has recently promoted the use of composites in transportation and defense to US politicians.

EuCIA reports that it recently focused on sustainability in composites as part of a Lightweight, Durable and Sustainable Composites seminar.

ALMACO will organize a series of practical courses in 2018 covering the fabrication of lightweight structures.

Composites UK has revealed the winners of its Composite Industry Awards.

Composites UK will be taking the final of its regional roadshows for 2017 to London, covering the South East area.

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