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New 3D Printer Prints Using Carbon Fiber

New 3D Printer Prints Using Carbon Fiber
Printer uses other print mediums as well
Read more Jan 29 2014, 11:20am CST
 

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News: Customer enters into partnership in high temperature materials to aerospace

Source: Cision Wire

On April 11, TenCate Advanced Composites and Performance Polymer Solutions Inc announced that they have entered into an exclusive partnership to jointly develop, market and offer high temperature prepreg materials to the aerospace industry. PEPA is the central component in these high temperature materials and Performance Polymer Solutions Inc is today one of the customers that purchase NEXIMID 100 (PEPA) from Nexam Chemical. More information can be found at: http://www.tencate.com/news/2 ...
Full article at: Cision Wire 2 days ago, 5:15am CDT
 

Dow and Ford Work Together to Develop High-Volume, Low-Cost Carbon Fiber Parts for Cars

Dow and Ford Work Together to Develop High-Volume, Low-Cost Carbon Fiber Parts for Cars
Carbon fiber heads to the mainstream
Read more Apr 12 2012, 2:30pm CDT
 

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Repeated self-healing now possible in composite materials

Source: PhysOrg.com

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(Phys.org) —Internal damage in fiber-reinforced composites, materials used in structures of modern airplanes and automobiles, is difficult to detect and nearly impossible to repair by conventional methods. A small, internal crack can quickly develop into irreversible damage from delamination, a process in which the layers separate. This remains one of the most significant factors limiting more widespread ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com 4 days ago, 5:25pm CDT
 

Repeated self-healing now possible in composite materials

Source: Science Daily

Dow Falls As Technology Sector Stocks Tumble
Internal damage in fiber-reinforced composites, materials used in structures of modern airplanes and automobiles, is difficult to detect and nearly impossible to repair by conventional methods. A small, internal crack can quickly develop into irreversible damage from delamination, a process in which the layers separate. This remains one of the most significant factors limiting more widespread use of composite m ...
Full article at: Science Daily 4 days ago, 5:14pm CDT
 

Cars Made from Pineapples and Bananas in our Future?

Cars Made from Pineapples and Bananas in our Future?
Renewable material is stronger than plastics used today
Read more Mar 31 2011, 11:20am CDT
 

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Nike is Not Shutting Down FuelBand, But Facing Downslide in Wearable Devices
Nike is Not Shutting Down FuelBand, But Facing Downslide in Wearable Devices
Nike has not stopped its FuelBand production. However, it seems to be facing a downslide in the department of wearable devices.
 
Peaches Geldof to be Laid to Rest on Easter Monday
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Padma Lakshmi Shows Bad Taste in Fashion
The otherwise slim and smart Padma Lakshmi showed bad taste in fashion with her latest ensemble. The midriff baring look simply did not make her appear as presentable as she ought to have been.
 

3D Printing High-Strength Carbon Composites Using PEEK, PAEK

Source: Design News

Manufacturing Process Of Becherovka In Jan Becher Company
Arevo Labs' end-production 3D printing technology for carbon composites includes a high-temperature, filament fusion printer head design and firmware for use with the company's new carbon fiber and nanotube reinforced hig ...
Full article at: Design News 5 days ago, 4:45am CDT
 

Carbon fiber and aluminum? Naw. This guy’s car is made from expanding foam

Source: Digital Trends

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What's the next big lightweight material for cars? Carbon fiber? Aluminum? How about expanding foam? One Lithuanian man used that unusual substance to to turn a gutted shell into a functioning car.The post Carbon fiber and aluminum? Naw. This guy’s car is made from exp ...
Full article at: Digital Trends 6 days ago, 10:15am CDT
 

Review: BodyGuardz Carbon Fiber Armor and Anti-Glare Screen Guard for the iPad 2

Review: BodyGuardz Carbon Fiber Armor and Anti-Glare Screen Guard for the iPad 2
Both products are a hassle to apply. One of them is worth it.
Read more Mar 28 2011, 4:46pm CDT
 


 

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