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Published: 12/11/2019

2019 SPE Auto Innovation Award Winners Shined with Several 'Firsts' and Broad Transferability
Making its mark, additive manufacturing had its own category for the second year and was used in the winner of the aftermarket category.

Published: 10/7/2019

DOMO, Covestro and Circularise Partner on Full Plastics Traceability
Innovative start-up Circularise says transparency can be achieved through a blockchain technology.

Published: 9/13/2019

nova-Institute's CEO Likes Plastics
“There are no other materials that have such a broad spectrum of properties,” says Michael Carus in an interview with Bio-based News editor.

Published: 9/9/2019

ExxonMobil to Highlight New Sustainable Solutions and Innovative Applications at K 2019
Look for new recyclable full PE laminated packaging solutions and new ‘extreme performance’ and high-heat resistant PE and PP films.

Published: 10/16/2018

First TPU Based on CO2 Technology Makes Debut
The polyols used in Covestro's new TPU help reduce the material's carbon footprint.

Published: 9/20/2018

Covestro to Showcase Novel 3D-Printed Shock Absorber
Printed in three materials using three different processes, this part also boasts a high degree of functionality. 

Published: 5/23/2018

Unique Shoe-Lacing System Features PC Overmolded with Soft-Touch TPE
Rotary dial of patented Freelock wire closure system allows wearer to dial in comfort.

Published: 5/16/2018

New 3D-Printed Airless Bicycle Tire
Berlin-based 3D printing manufacturer BigRep says it printed the “world’s first” airless bicycle tire using its Pro FLEX material, a TPU-based filament.

Published: 4/27/2018

PolyOne Emphasizes its Materials & Services in Future Mobility Innovations
At its Investors Day at NPE2018, PolyOne will present details about transportation solutions as one of several high-growth focus areas.

Published: 11/16/2017

Virginia Tech Students Produce 3D-Printed Golf Grips
The individually customized grips can be slipped onto clubs and used to build muscle memory forcing golfers into the correct grip every time.