TeXtreme® is a material, mainly produced using carbon fiber, and is used in composite products.
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27th March 2018 0 comments
TeXtreme has added a ±45° grid fabric to its line of spread tow products.
13th March 2018 0 comments
INXIDE has collaborated with Eventsport and Swedish elite players to develop the next generation of bandy sticks, the RELEASE, reinforced with TeXtreme.
6th March 2018 0 comments
Oxeon, manufacturer of TeXtreme carbon fibre reinforcement, has received the AS9100D aerospace certification.
12th December 2017 0 comments
Swiss-based Faction Skis has teamed with freeride skier and mountaineer Sam Anthamatten to create a new ski collection reinforced with TeXtreme carbon fibre technology.
19th September 2017 0 comments
US company Masi Bikes has released new frames and forks reinforced by TeXtreme carbon fibre fabrics.
13th June 2017 0 comments
Oxeon reports that developments of its TeXtreme spread tow carbon fibre fabric technology enable it to meet the most challenging visual applications.
14th March 2017 0 comments
After several years of simulation and testing within the aero market, TeXtreme has been certified for use in commercial aero applications and qualified by a leading aircraft manufacturer.
28th February 2017 0 comments
Since its introduction, Oxeon says its ±45° version of TeXtreme has been a gamechanger for those seeking a continuous ±45° spread tow fabric and due to increased demand, it has announced an investment of €3 million to expand its patented ±45° Spread Tow weaving capacity.
18th October 2016 0 comments
Defending champion Daniela Ryf won the women’s Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, US and set a new course record with a 8:46:46 finish, and for the second year in a row, Ryf was riding a custom made IA FRD reinforced by TeXtreme from Felt Bicycles.
16th August 2016 0 comments
Origine Bicycles looked to make more durable still lightweight frames and to achieve their goals they turned to TeXtreme, utilising their knowledge and novel Spread Tow carbon fibre materials – resulting in an optimised frame lay-up that already have shown a heavy reduction in frame breakages.
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