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Based in Halle/Saale, central Germany, ThermHex Waben GmbH offers a brand new type of Polypropylene (PP) honeycomb core, which has proven to be an excellent choice for producers of sandwich composite panels.
The international patented, continuous ThermHex production process enables a cost efficient and highly automated manufacturing of honeycomb core. Established in 2009, ThermHex Waben GmbH is a licensee of EconCore NV from Leuven, Belgium, the new technology leader in economic sandwich material production technologies.
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3rd October 2019 0 comments
For the first time, several prototypes of an Organosandwich component will be displayed at the K Trade Fair in Düsseldorf, Germany.
20th March 2019 0 comments
ThermHex Waben presents its lightweight Organosandwich semi-finished product at the international specialist conference ‘Plastics in Automotive Engineering’ in Mannheim, Germany 3-4 April 2019.
30th January 2019 0 comments
ThermHex presents its honeycomb cores made of recycled PET (RPET) for the first time at the JEC World in Paris, France.
6th November 2018 0 comments
ThermHex Waben will display the Onak foldable canoe, weighing only 17 kg, at Composites Europe 2018.
14th November 2017 0 comments
ThermHex is producing its polypropylene (PP) honeycomb cores using a new vacuum forming roll which allows the production of cell sizes of 5 mm and thicknesses from 11 mm to 12.7 mm.
18th April 2017 0 comments
ThermHex has increased sales by 15 percent in 2016/2017 with March being a record month.
10th May 2016 0 comments
Thermhex and IMWS are working together on EU funded project “Organosandwich” which aims to develop the technological principles for mass production of complex thermoplastic, fibre reinforced components with integrated honeycomb core.