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Editorial: innovations in composites for technical textiles
published in Issue 96, 1st quarter 2014
A highlight of the JEC Europe composites show held in Paris, France, during March 11-13, 2014, was the 2014 JEC Innovation Awards ceremony. A total of 15 awards were presented at the ceremony in recognition of innovations in the field of composites. Many of the awards were given to companies which had developed products or processes involving carbon fibres or technical fabrics. The winners were chosen by a jury of experts on composites. Each entry was judged on its technical interest, market potential, financial and environmental impact, and originality. Among the innovations featured in this report are: a lightweight aircraft seat, called Titanium Seat, by Expliseat; an innovative material and manufacturing method from Porsche for a multipart aerodynamic underbody for its 918 Spyder vehicle; thermoplastic composite smartphone back covers from Motorola Mobility; unidirectional prepreg and associated handling and design tools from North Thin Ply Technology (NTPT); a new combination of glass reinforcement and resin from DSM Composite Resins for use in making composites for wind turbine blades; and a new process for producing rotor blades using the Mapretec technique from Saertex.
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