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HIP boost in Mexico

HT-MX, a Mexican specialist in heat treatment and metallurgical lab services has acquired a new hot isostatic press from Quintus Technologies.

Bitrez Ltd launches bio-based resins

Bitrez Ltd, a specialist in polymers and chemicals, says that it is launching a new range of bio-based resins for composites.

Carbon fiber specialist Hexcel has partnered with ski manufacture Madshus to develop dry carbon fiber tapes for a range of cross-country racing skies.

Ceratizit says that it has made available carbide and cermet grades for biocompatible medical and dental tools.

SGL Carbon has received a contract from a North-American automaker to make composite battery enclosures for electric cars.

BASF says that it has developed a new melamine resin foam with improved emission properties.

SGL Carbon says that it has produced longitudinal leaf springs made of glass fiber-based composite for Ford Transit rear axles in series.

AIMPLAS has set up a project to develop flexible electronic components and conductive plastic materials for the mobility and transport industry.

ELG says that it has developed the world’s first carbon fiber bogie.

Kyocera’s subsidiary, Kyocera Fineceramics Solutions GmbH, has developed a range of oxygen sensors for managing combustion in industrial processes.

TLT-Turbo GmbH has reportedly redesigned its auxiliary and booster fan ranges to improve their efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Lanxess says that a project using its continous fiber reinforced thermoplastic composite material has won an award.

Metal processing company Stack Metallurgical Group has reportedly installed a second hot isostatic press (HIP) from Quintus Technologies.

Solvay and SGL Carbon have entered into a joint development agreement (JDA) to produce the first composite materials based on large-tow IM carbon fiber.

3D printing Optomec has added new software to its LENS directed energy deposition (DED) metal 3D printers.

ELG Carbon Fibre has recycled waste carbon fiber material from sailing team INEOS Team UK to make two cradles for the Britannia race boat.

Heat treating specialist Accurate Brazing has installed a second hot isostatic press (HIP) for thermal processing.

Solvay and engineering company Penso say that they have created a modular, multi-material Body in White structure that can be produced in large volumes.

Optomec has developed a pure copper additive manufacturing (AM) process using the company’s LENS directed energy deposition (DED) systems.

Dyndrite Corporation, which makes additive manufacturing (AM) software, has launched a toolkit and build processor for 3D printing.

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