Month: April 2015

Global Fiberglass Solutions and Washington State University has announced that they’ve successfully manufactured a variety of composite products with fibreglass material taken from decommissioned wind blades. The 173-foot long wind blades were damaged in a storm and collected from Portland ...

The United States Army is on the verge of revolutionising materials that go into armament construction, making for stronger, lighter and more durable weapons.

Thanks to use of composite materials, the new BMW 7 Series line-up will be up to 130 kilograms lighter than the previous models.

In this video drive explores one of the most disputed topics in the industry: Is it possible to make high performance carbon fiber wheels? Koenigsegg is the first in a long line of supercar makers to develop and use carbon ...

Ford has announced it’s entering into a joint venture with carbon fibre manufacturer DowAksa. The 50/50 joint venture between DowAksa will combine the company’s feedstock capacity, carbon fibre conversion and downstream intermediates production capabilities with Ford’s design, engineering and high-volume ...

New technique uses carbon nanotube film to directly heat and cure composite materials removing the need for expensive curing ovens.

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