Evonik Industries (Essen, Germany) and Forward Engineering (Munich, Germany) have established the joint venture, VESTARO GmbH. With this project, the two companies intend to advance the implementation of composite solutions for the industrial mass production of fiber composite components for the automotive industry.
“VESTARO is an important step in further expanding our partnership with automobile manufacturers. For many years now, we have been developing products to support their developments in lightweight construction,” says Roberto Vila-Keller, head of the crosslinkers business line at Evonik.
Fluorescent Markers Could Jumpstart U.K. Recycling
A new technique using invisible tags to label plastic packaging could jumpstart a “quantum leap” in U.K. recycling. The advance switches up sorting by adding phosphors, the
Cartilage-Like Hydrogel Promises 3D-Printable Knee Implants
Far more than a simple hinge, the human knee is a complex, intricate mechanism, and a knee injury is a painful and debilitating of condition that’s difficult and
The Forecast for Global Bioplastics
The global bioplastics for packaging industry is forecast to grow from 2017 to 2022 at an annual average rate of 17% to a market value of almost $7.2 billion according to
Lomont Molding Acquires R&D Molders
Lomont Molding LLC (Mt. Pleasant, IA) reports that it has acquired R&D Molders of Georgetown, TX. – “This acquisition merges two highly compatible manufacturing
IPL Lands a Major Contract for Organic Carts With the City of Calgary
IPL Inc., a North American producers of injection-molded plastic products, has announced that it has won a major contract for providing organic wheeled carts to The
LANXESS Successfully Completes Acquisition of Chemtura
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS has successfully completed the acquisition of U.S. company Chemtura, one of the world’s leading suppliers of flame retardant
Diab Signs Long-Term Contract With Diehl Aircabin
Diab has signed a long term contract with Diehl Aircabin to supply its Divinycell F foam core for cabin applications. The company says that Divinycell F can minimize the
New Joint Venture Advances Applications for Composites
Titan Advanced Composites (Gastonia, NC), a new joint venture between Asbury Graphite Mills and ZePR, was recently formed to address the challenges of composite materials
Stratasys Launches Carbon Fiber-Filled Nylon for 3D Printing
3D printing specialist Stratasys has developed FDM Nylon 12CF, a carbon fiber-filled thermoplastic which could replace metal components in a range of applications.
Meusburger Expands Range of Tunnel Gate Inserts
Moldmakers can save time and money from design to manufacturing with the use of tunnel gate inserts, according to Meusburger (Wolfurt, Austria). The company has