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  • Journals (3)

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  • Bio-Based Alternatives for  Hard-Soft Connections
    Kunststoffe international 2018/12, PAGE 40 - 44

    Bio-Based Alternatives for Hard-Soft Connections

    Converting Cellulose Acetate into Bicycle Accessories and Automobile Parts by Two-Component Injection Molding

    Growing customer awareness of ecological issues is reflected in marked increases in sales of bicycle parts and accessories, for example....   more

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  • Naturally Non-Flammable
    Kunststoffe international 2018/01-02, PAGE 51 - 54

    Naturally Non-Flammable

    PBT Compounds Modified with Natural Fiber Reinforcement as Flame Retardant

    Good fire resistance is important in technically demanding applications. However, the use of suitable additives reduces the mechanical...   more

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  • Turning Trees into Foam
    Kunststoffe international 2016/05, PAGE 46 - 49

    Turning Trees into Foam

    Particle Foams Made from Cellulose Esters for Large-Scale Production

    Particle foams based on renewable cellulose derivatives could be an alternative to oil-based expanded polystyrene. In the context of a...   more

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