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Composite parts CHANGE TOPIC

Composite parts news, March 2018

Solvay has announced the winners of its Additive Manufacturing Cup.

World’s first 3D printed yacht features CFRP

Lehvoss has partnered with Italian boat builder, Livrea Yacht, to build what it says is the world’s first 3D printed sailboat.

Applied Graphene Materials (AGM), which makes graphene materials, has worked with plastic composite manufacturers to help develop a supercar tailgate.

Lanxess says that it has now extended the use of its plastic/metal hybrid technology to make hollow profiles with round or rectangular cross sections.

The organizers of JEC World says that it had more than 1,300 exhibitors and 42,445 visitors from 115 countries.

EuCIA is launching a survey to look into the next stage of development of its Eco Impact Calculator for composites.

ELG Carbon Fibre, which specialises in recycled carbon fiber materials, has announced plans to increase the capacity of its UK facility.

Sabic has released the results of a recent lifecycle assessment of composite passenger car side doors.

Composites UK will be hosting a marketing seminar for the composites sector, taking place on 3 May 2018 in Warwick, UK.

SGL Group has introduced a carbon fiber with a high Young’s modulus, making it suitable for aerospace applications.

Solvay has developed Vac-Ply VMS3, a multi-layer microporous vacuum channel for resin infusion.

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