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Composite processing features, January 2012

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Fibersim helps SpaceX manufacture composite parts for Dragon spacecraft

Space launch company SpaceX used Fibersim composites engineering software to reduce the time needed to design and manufacture composite parts for its Drago

GRP, CFRP, bio and nano – stem to stern, composites bring durability, weight reduction, and cleaner, greener cost-effective material and process options to

After unsaturated polyester resins, epoxies are the most widely-used thermosetting resins used in reinforced plastics. Because of their superior properties

The Australian designed and built FR-1 has become a reality after nine years and over A$1 million invested to produce this hand-built , one-off, high perfo

At the JEC Europe 2012 trade show in Paris in March, Momentive Specialty Chemicals introduced a new epoxy system for the mass production of carbon fibre au

AkzoNobel and DSM Composite Resins are introducing BluCure™ cobalt-free curing technology for unsaturated polyester and vinyl ester resins. With the use of

Thermosetting resins are the most widely used resins in composites. Here we introduce their characteristics and properties.

Samantha Bell, Global Marketing Manager, Composites Specialities, Scott Bader Company Ltd, discusses how two companies have realised benefits by using Scot

The wind energy industry is one of the fastest-growing consumers of fibre reinforced plastics in the world. Production challenges are compounded as the sca

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