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Closing the circle with recycled carbon fiber

A UK company has recently increased its capacity for parts using recycled carbon fiber prepreg.

Muddy deposits of polluting lead in old batteries can be recycled to help generate renewable energy

Sheets of cells that can regenerate blood vessels and be sculpted magnetically could advance bone tissue engineering

A new project to recycle and process rare earth metal powders could help free up the supply chain for these sought-after materials.

Alongside the many mainstream plastics technologies on show at K, a number of new composite manufacturing processes and materials were presented.

Keratin helps the formation of gold nanoclusters which have potential for medical imaging and therapeutic applications

EconCore, based in Leuven (Belgium) and founded 2005, provides technology for the continuous production of honeycomb sandwich materials.

The MPIF took its annual conferences out West to Phoenix to celebrate the 75th anniversary of its founding.

Volume 232

Whether you spend your entire working life in the cutting-tool world or just visit occasionally, ISO13399 was written for you.

Innovative and more sustainable heavy-duty panels are replacing wooden and metal panels in applications in the building and construction industry.

Advantages are obtained when incorporating low density aluminum alloy with the mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs).

A UK company and boat team are working together to develop a more suitable future for composite boatbuilding.

The production and properties of steel powders for PM, MIM, and AM were discussed by leading producers at POWDERMET2019.

Efficiency, cost-effectiveness and performance are always keymotivators for industry developments.

Measuring the hardness of metal is a critical step in the manufacturing process.

Reinforced Plastics sat down with a representative of Boston Materials to learn about their Carbon Supercomposite.

Researchers must be aware of different variables and their possible interrelations in achieving the final PM product.

Components in medium to high volume require lean manufacturing technologies that allow for efficient material usage and precise, reproducible production.

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