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Designed by Reginald Mitchell, and produced from 1938-1948 at Supermarine Aviation where Mitchell was employed as an engineer, the original Spitfire fighter-interceptor was the first ‘all-metal’ stressed-skin aircraft. All of the glass reinforced plastic...
Published on: November 28, 2016
L&L Products has been an integral partner in the development of this solution. The bonding of dissimilar materials in car bodies requires structural strength with adequate elongation to account for the differences in thermal expansion of the materials...
Published on: February 18, 2016
All team members are studying for a Masters of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Liverpool. The ULV Team have been laying up the 2.8 meter long carbon fibre monocoupe shell of the ARION1 land speed bicycle at the National Composites Centre. The...
Published on: October 7, 2015
SB1050 is a wet chemical surface treatment that is designed for application by brush and is based on the company’s proprietary Onto surface modification technology.Dr. Jon-Paul Griffiths, Technology Manager at Oxford Advanced Surfaces, explained “...
Published on: August 28, 2015
Polymetac is Mitsui Chemicals’ new technology for strong adhesion and bonding of various metals and resins that was not possible using conventional methods.Out of Mitsui Chemicals’ numerous lightweight solutions, Polymetac cuts weight and helps to reduce...
Published on: August 25, 2015
The Innovation Award Program encourages the Indian composite professionals and companies to focus their application of information, imagination, skill and initiative through which new ideas and processes are generated and converted into useful composite...
Published on: January 30, 2015
From bumpers and spoilers to dashboards and steering wheels, carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) is becoming increasingly used in the design of automotive components. Not only is it strong and rigid, it is also light weight, helping to maximise the...
Published on: January 21, 2015
New materials are making cars, planes and all sorts of other things lighter. The catch is that many of these materials can’t be welded. Now there’s an alternative joining method available – gradient adhesives provide a good way of ensuring joined parts...
Published on: November 24, 2014
L'adhésif combine toutes les performances des trois technologies de collage (époxy, polyuréthanes (PUR) et méthacrylates (MMA)) : une résistance et une tenue mécanique que seuls les époxy peuvent habituellement fournir, une élasticité recherchée auprès...
Published on: May 30, 2013
Saving time and money for wind-blade makers and car manufacturers. Investing in new technology for structural adhesives. Expanding production to meet the growing needs of customers. This is just a glimpse at how Ashland Performance Materials, a global...
Published on: February 28, 2013
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