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News for 25 July 2017


SAERTEX Collaborates on World´s Largest Carbon Spar Cap

SAERTEX Collaborates on World´s Largest Carbon Spar Cap

25th July 2017 0 comments

SAERTEX reports that it has contributed to the prototype production of a wind turbine blade with probably the longest and thickest carbon fibre spar cap made in vacuum infusion technology so far.

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Federal-Mogul Earns DNV Certification for Composite Bearing Material

Federal-Mogul Earns DNV Certification for Composite Bearing Material

25th July 2017 0 comments

Federal-Mogul Powertrain’s self-lubricating deva.tex 552 Marine composite bearing material has been certified by ship and offshore classification society DNV GL.

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A Joint Success in Bridge Repair Using Composites

A Joint Success in Bridge Repair Using Composites

25th July 2017 0 comments

The University of Southern Queensland’s (USQ) Centre for Future Materials (CFM) has partnered with Joinlox to investigate a prefabricated composite repair system with an easy-fit and self-locking mechanical joint called PileJax.

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Frog Legs Partners with PlastiComp on Switch from Aluminium to Carbon Composite

Frog Legs Partners with PlastiComp on Switch from Aluminium to Carbon Composite

25th July 2017 0 comments

Frog Legs, of Ottumwa, Iowa, US, partnered with PlastiComp when it switched from machined aluminium to a carbon fibre composite for a new generation of its wheelchair caster wheels.

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Porcher Industries Supports STELIA Aerospace on Thermoplastic Fuselage Demonstrator

Porcher Industries Supports STELIA Aerospace on Thermoplastic Fuselage Demonstrator

25th July 2017 0 comments

Porcher Industries supported STELIA Aerospace in the development of a full-scale thermoplastic fuselage demonstrator to allow an internal evaluation of the use of high performance thermoplastics within a next generation single aisle aircraft.

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Invibio and CarboFix Partner with UK Olympic Sprinter James Ellington

25th July 2017 0 comments

UK Olympic sprinter James Ellington has joined forces with the UK´s Invibio Biomaterial Solutions and CarboFix Orthopedics in his quest to return to athletics competition after a devastating motorcycle accident earlier this year.

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$125k Grant to Grow Rhode Island Composites Industry

25th July 2017 0 comments

US Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and Congressmen David Cicilline and Jim Langevin have unveiled a $125,000 federal grant to develop a composites industry cluster that will support job creation and economic growth in Rhode Island, US.

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GlassFibreEurope Calls for Continued Fight against Illegal Trade Practices by China

25th July 2017 0 comments

GlassFibreEurope, the European Glass Fibre Producers Association (APFE) and Tech-Fab Europe (TFE) are calling on all players in the glass fibre value chain to unite in the fight against illegal trade practices by China.

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Western Sydney University Confident in New Solar Car

25th July 2017 0 comments

The Western Sydney University Solar Car Team has released a trailer video for its new solar-powered vehicle that will compete in the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia this October.

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Spatial Wins Cebu Pacific A330 Door Trainer Contract

25th July 2017 0 comments

Spatial Composite Solutions has been engaged by Philippine airline Cebu Pacific Air for the supply, installation and commissioning of an Airbus A330 Door Trainer to be used for training cabin crew on the use and troubleshooting of the aircraft door.

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