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  • 05-16-2019

    Biodegradable Plastic under Maritime Conditions

    Contributing to Keeping Plastic Garbage out of Our Seas

    Researchers develop bio-based plastics that directly biodegrade in the sea. These materials would be utilized as an alternative to products whose entry into the sea cannot always be avoided, e.g. products utilized by fisheries in their everyday activities.   more

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  • 05-13-2019

    Single-Stage Production of Hybrid Parts

    Metal/Plastic Hybrids Made from a Single Tool

    A new process for the production of metal/plastic hybrids reduces set-up and assembly times in production as well as material requirements, and also saves work steps.   more

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  • 04-11-2019

    Fast Evaluation of the Long-Term Stress Crack Resistance

    A Test Method to Characterize Thermoplastics

    Scientists are intensively researching the usability of the Strain Hardening Test as a method for a fast and cost-effective characterization of the stress crack resistance of thermoplastic plastic components.   more

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  • 04-02-2019

    Pumps and Valves Made from Ultrathin Film

    Motorless Concept Allows Compact, Flat and Very Energy-Efficient Design

    A research group at Saarland University has developed valves and pumps made of silicone film that can be electrically controlled and vibrated.   more

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  • 02-14-2019

    Directly-Cooled Electric Motor Made from Plastics

    Novel Cooling Concept for Eco-Friendly Mobility

    A complete electric motor and the housing made of plastic? This is possible with the DEmiL prototype because the heat loss is dissipated via internal cooling channels.   more

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  • 02-12-2019

    Extruder with a Hollow Cylinder

    Novel Device for Processing Problematic Waste

    An extruder that promises to revolutionize the processing of recyclable materials was developed by VTT.   more

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  • 01-08-2019

    Creating Digital Twins of Materials

    Materials Data Space for Additive Manufacturing

    Data spaces can be used to integrate all types of materials information into digital networks.   more

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  • 12-19-2018

    Shrink Objects to the Nanoscale

    System Produces 3-D Structures One Thousandth the Size of the Originals

    Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have shrunk 3D objects to nanoscale. The scientists' approach is based on a framework made of polyacrylate. It is a very absorbent material commonly found in diapers.   more

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  • 12-18-2018

    Enzymes in the Plastics Industry

    Methodologies for the Washing Process of Recycled Materials

    Enzymes in the plastics sector can support sustainable processes. For example, in the synthesis of polymers, they help to avoid the use of metal catalysts. The research network Aimplas is conducting research on this and other projects.   more

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  • 12-03-2018

    Precisely Fitting Bone Implants from the Printer

    Cold Plasma Improves Bonding of Bone-Forming Cells

    During the 3D printing process of plastic bone implants, Fraunhofer researchers treat the individual layers with a cold plasma in order to improve the bonding of bone-forming cells.   more

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