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Car Parts Made From Agave?
Ford and Jose Cuervo explore development of sustainable bioplastic.
Blog Published: 7/25/2016
Mercedes-Benz Turns to 3D Printing for Plastic Spare Parts
Marks the first time the company is offering 3D-printed spare parts.
Blog Published: 7/20/2016
Expanding Global Middle Class Equals Growing Energy Demand
There is a clear correlation between economic growth and energy use, or put more mathematically—total people times higher living standards equals greater energy needs.
Blog Published: 7/13/2016
New Group Gets Continuous-Fiber-Reinforced Composites Ready for the Road
New team to support partners though all stages of Tepex component development.
Blog Published: 7/6/2016
North American Auto Sales Will Tap On the Brakes in 2017
After spiking thanks to pent-up demand following the Great Recession of 2009, automotive sales will slow in coming years.
Blog Published: 7/6/2016
Innovation On the Agenda at TCC Auto 2016
Lots of new developments discussed including Covestro’s strategy to launch continuous reinforced PC sheet.
Blog Published: 6/23/2016
Japanese Automaker Collaborates with Stratasys to 3D Print Custom Parts
More stories are emerging that take 3D printing beyond just the prototyping phase to factory tooling and even short-run production, exploiting the technology for mass customization of consumer products.
Blog Published: 6/22/2016
Transitioning From the World’s Factory to the World’s Designer
China has long since aggregated the means and materials of production, but increasingly it’s seeking to lay claim to the creative origins of products—the design.
Blog Published: 6/15/2016
First Vehicle to Have a Thermoplastic Composite Primary Suspension Spring
Springs and upper control arms of the Polystrand GT-Lite racecar are made from nylon 6 with continuous glass reinforcement.
Blog Published: 5/27/2016
LSR Developments in LEDs for Automotive and Street Lighting
LSR’s resistance to UV light and high temperatures allow direct contact to LED, while low injection pressure allows overmolding of sensitive parts.
Blog Published: 5/16/2016

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