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Lubrizol announce new materials for sports and recreation TPU innovation

New materials from Lubrizol, Estane TRX and BounCell-X, allow for innovative solutions for sports and recreation.

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Consumers are showing a growing readiness to use nanotechnology-based solutions in the food packaging industry, according to a study by the EU-funded NanoPack Project. Read more

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The new closure is complementary to a number of HDPE and PET bottles from Spectra's standard ranges.

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Spectra has bolstered its extensive closure range with the addition of a new double wall flip top component. Read more

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On 17 January 2019 ESA signed a study contract with Comex and its partners DITF and OeWF. Pextex is a two-year project to identify materials and textiles that could be used for future lunar mission space suits. Read more

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At JEC World 2019 Covestro will present continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composites (CFRTP). They can be reinforced with carbon (left) or glass fibers and lend parts made thereof low weight yet high strength.

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Covestro has been committed to developing material solutions for composites for several years and is now a leading provider. At JEC World 2019 from 12-14 March in Paris, Covestro will present itself as a solution provider for various industries Read more

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EconCore’s ThermHex core materials for composites

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EconCore, a leader in thermoplastic honeycomb core production technology, will be exhibiting at JEC World 2019 in Paris from 12-14 March. Read more

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Evonik launches new polymer powder for 3D printing applications in higher temperature range

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Germany-based specialty chemicals company Evonik has developed a new polymer powder for applications in higher temperature ranges as part of its polyamide 6 series alongside China-based tech company TPM 3D. Read more

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EPPM's EUREKA Series touches on the out-of-the-box thinking that may seem peculiar now, but could influence and innovate plastics as we know it in the future.