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The bell, which was cast in 1993, and the Peace Pavilion, created in 2018, symbolizes “a future being created by the ever increasing scientific and technological advances that benefit the world.” This new Peace Pavilion is a collaboration by many groups...
Published on: September 28, 2018
The functional additive is widely used by the aerospace industry for prepreg and resin-transfer molded carbon fiber-reinforced epoxy, is gaining ground in epoxy composites for automotive, and could be used for high-...
Published on: September 18, 2018
Shape Machining Ltd’s Managing Director, Peter McCool, said: “We currently cannot announce the customer we are working with on this demonstration project. But it’s an exciting development. We use the continuous fibre of the ShapeTex preform as the...
Published on: August 7, 2018
Within seconds the new material can be completely transformed. Initially, the material is transparent and either in liquid or paste form; then, when any part of it is irradiated with the appropriate light, the entire...
Published on: July 30, 2018
Improving oil recovery factorsZiebel was founded in 2006 with the vision to become a contributor to increased oil recovery factors through innovative technology and solutions. In order to make informed decisions, oil...
Published on: July 30, 2018
Henkel Adhesive Technologies is supplying customers worldwide with a broad portfolio of high-performance materials such as light cure acrylic, silicone, epoxy, and polyurethane adhesives. The business unit develops...
Published on: March 28, 2018
Over a decade ago, Sicomin and Notox (Anglet, France) began to address the untapped potential of bio resins in the manufacture of sports equipment. Together the companies have created a formulation that offers as little environmental impact as possible...
Published on: May 23, 2017
Atropos, in Greek mythology one of the three Moirai, is a new six-axis robotic arm born from the collaboration with KUKA, for the robotic arm, and Owens Corning, for the glass fibers. The innovation of this process lays in not needing molds, combined with...
Published on: April 5, 2017
The research, published by the journal Scientific Reports online on Feb. 28, represents a "significant advance" in the development of micro-extrusion 3D printing techniques for carbon fiber, the authors reported. "The mantra is 'if you could make...
Published on: March 6, 2017
Carbon’s low-weight and strength properties are now well-known, and carbon is being used more and more in leading industries, like transportation (e.g. aviation, automotive), renewable energies (e.g. wind turbine blades...
Published on: March 2, 2017
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