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  • 06-19-2018

    Advantages of DLC Coated Standard Components

    Diamond-Like Carbon surfaces in Tool and Mold Making

    Moving components without hard carbon coating (diamond-like carbon, or DLC for short) can hardly be imagined in modern die and mold making. But what is so good about this coating? Through examples, Meusburger shows the advantages and uses of DLC coated standard components.   more

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  • 06-12-2018

    New Comprehensive Market and Trend Report

    Strong Growth in Bio-Based Building Blocks and Moderate Growth in Bio-Based Polymers

    The new comprehensive market and trend report “Bio-based Building Blocks and Polymers – Global Capacities and Trends 2017-2022” was published by German nova-Institute.   more

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  • 06-04-2018

    Fire Resistant, Sprayable and Ecologically Friendly

    Newly Developed Thermosets with Natural Fiber

    The thermoset specialists at Lorenz Kunststofftechnik have developed a Bulk Moulding Compound (BMC) with jute, cotton or sisal fibre, that exhibits, depending on the composition, similar properties to traditional FRP.   more

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  • 05-22-2018

    Fiber-Reinforced Components in Small Batches

    Combined Joining and Forming Process

    The Institute of Plastics Processing at RWTH Aachen University has, as part of a joint BMBF project called "LightFlex", linked up with other project partners to develop an photonic-based production process for increased flexibility and geometrical complexity in prototype and small-series manufacture.   more

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  • 05-14-2018

    Remove Components from Molds without Residuals

    Release Agent Free Manufacture of FRP Components

    The Fraunhofer IFAM has succeeded in expanding the process-technical application possibilities of a flexible release film.   more

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  • 04-29-2018

    Keep Films, Photos and Records Longer

    Aimplas Develops Packaging Made of Nanofibers and Composites

    The Nemosine project aims to improve traditional storage solutions for visual and sound memory by developing a novel packaging that will save energy and extend preservation time.   more

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  • 04-19-2018

    Combining the Benefits of 3D Printing and Casting

    Additive Freeform Casting

    In additive freeform casting, first a shell of the part is manufactured using FLM printing, then this shell is filled with a two-component resin.   more

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  • 04-18-2018

    Engineering a Plastic-Eating Enzyme

    Solution to One of the Biggest Environmental Problems?

    Teams at the University of Portsmouth and the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have engineered an enzyme which can digest some of our most commonly polluting plastics. The research is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).   more

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  • 04-11-2018

    From Plastic Waste to a Valuable Resource

    3D Filament from Post-Consumer PET Used to 3D Print Spare Parts

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the U.S. Marine Corps collaborate and make discovery to use waste plastics for 3D printing parts that soldiers may need on the battlefield.   more

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  • 04-04-2018

    Polycarbonate Molecule Kills Superbugs

    Fight against Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

    Researchers from IBM and Singapore’s Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology developed a new class of antimicrobial polymers designed to kill five deadly types of multi-drug-resistant bacteria with limited side effects.   more

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