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Breton has launched its Genesi 3D printer for the large-scale production of thermoplastic materials. Genesi uses machine learning algorithms and advanced artificial intelligence systems to achieve high-level mechanical and aesthetic properties.
Technical Fibre Products (TFP) has announced the formal opening of a new manufacturing line, significantly increasing nonwoven capacity in response to increasing demand for TFP’s advanced nonwovens across all markets.
After spending considerable time searching the UK for the right location, Nèos International has announced the opening of its new headquarters and state-of-the-art composite manufacturing facility in Derby.
The UK’s only exhibition focused solely on the composites market, dedicated to strengthening the industry’s worldwide supply chain. With options to exhibit, sponsor, speak or attend, there’s something for everyone.
TRB Lightweight Structures has announced it is working with Siemens Mobility on the manufacture and supply of the emergency detrainment systems – including M Door, bridge and stairs – for 94 nine-car ‘Inspiro’ train sets for the London Underground Piccadilly Line.
CMS has announced that a collaboration with Bercella, a leader in the design and engineering of advanced composite material solutions, has led to the production of moulds for a car involved in the RestoMod 2021 project, sponsored by Tomaso Trussardi.
ViscoTec say it is writing a new chapter in the company’s history by announcing a change in top management. Long-standing commercial managing director Georg Senftl, will retire at the end of 2021 and will be succeeded on 1st July by Franz Kamhuber, who is currently responsible for global sales as sales director.
Norco has been awarded AS9100D certification at its new Winfrith manufacturing facility, which now demonstrates its ability to work at the highest possible standard required for the aerospace, space, and defence sectors.
CRP Technology has announced it will be attending MarineAM 2021, the two-day conference and exhibition focused on advanced materials for the marine sector. The event takes place on 6-7 July 2021 at Southampton Harbour Hotel, Southampton.
Ground-breaking research being conducted by the National Composites Centre (NCC) is proving that composites can be recycled at end-of-life for use in new industry applications, providing solutions for the challenge of composite waste and reducing the environmental impact of advanced materials.