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Composite processing

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Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute have investigated the use of moth larvae to eat and digest polyethylene (PE) material.

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The International Federation of Robotics (IFR) suggests that, by 2022, almost four million industrial robots could be working in factories worldwide.

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Packaging and paper company Mondi has developed what it says is the world’s first sustainable polycoated kraft (PCK) paper release liner.

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Hexcel and Arkema plan to host a webinar covering the use of thermoplastic polymers as matrices for continuous fiber reinforced composites.

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HEATCON Composite Systems has entered into an agreement with Cornerstone Research Group (CRG) to license the latter’s repair protection products .

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The Fraunhofer Institute has expanded its high-speed testing machine with a cooling device that enables plastics to be examined at lower temperatures.

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ELG Carbon Fibre and Aerocircular NV plan to put in place a closed-loop recycling scheme for end-of-life (EoL) carbon fiber aircraft parts.

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We look at the challenges of joining composite materials together and the advantages that adhesives and tapes have over traditional metal fasteners.

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Prepreg specialist Axiom says that it will develop a line of carbon/silicon carbide and silicon carbide/silicon carbide composite intermediates.

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A new report suggests that in future, materials scientists and chemists will have access to machine learning tools to improve their R&D.

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We look at the challenges of joining composite materials together and the advantages that adhesives and tapes have over traditional metal fasteners.

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A new way of finishing reinforced plastic surfaces at the molecular level could lead to better bonding and a wider range of materials.

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A UK company has recently doubled its capacity for precision cutting of composites – reducing waste and improving efficiency.

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