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Spirit AeroSystems says that it has developed a new way to produce carbon fiber composite materials for aircraft.

Carbon fiber replacement parts for B-1

UAMMI has reportedly created its first carbon fiber thermoplastic 3D printed part for the United States Air Force.

A cantilevered canopy made using graphene-based composite materials has won an Innovation Award.

Cobra International and Flite, an Australian-based surfboard manufacturer have developed two electric foiling composite surfboards.

An audience at the 16th EIHA Hemp Conference, which took place in Germany in June, has voted for a hemp fiber reinforced plastic material.

TRB Lightweight Structures has supplied a range of panels to make luxury suites for the interior of Singapore Airlines’ aircraft.

A team from the Colorado State University (CSU) has developed a composite rocket for the 2019 Intercollegiate Rocket Competition (IREC) competition.

NASA researchers have developed a multi-layered self-healing material.

DuPont Transportation & Advanced Polymers says that it has added more materials to the company’s range for 3D printing.

A Swiss manufacturer of valves and fittings for biomedical instruments has produced a one-piece fitting made of carbon fiber reinforced PAEK material.

Carboman Group is collaborating with electric air transport company Eviation Aircraft to make an all-electric aircraft structure.

Master Bond has developed an epoxy system with a reported unlimited working life at room temperature.

The US Air Force Research Laboratory has joined with Israeli universities to discuss new technologies.

Huntsman Advanced Materials has launched four new products in its range of adhesives and composites systems.

SGL Carbon has developed prototype composite battery enclosures that are reportedly 40% lighter than aluminum.

Students in the UK have designed a one-seat, carbon fiber, multi-rotor flying vehicle featuring Sicomin’s epoxy resin materials.

The UK’s NCC and SGL Carbon have entered into a new partnership to develop composite technologies for different applications.

Solvay reports that the Stratolaunch aircraft has been successfully flown for the first time.

Master Bond says that its UV22DC80-1Med epoxy passes USP Class VI Tests for biocompatibility and meets ISO 10993-5 for cytotoxicity.

Chomarat, which makes a range of textiles, says that its laid glass scrim has been used to reinforce attack-resistant gypsum plasterboard.

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