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  • Article - 7 Sep 2001
    Electron beam curing is a viable and advantageous alternative to thermal curing for polymer matrix composites. Although it requires special materials it is faster, cheaper, can be used on thicker...
  • Article - 1 Jun 2001
    Polystyrene can be made into products with wood-like properties and appearance. These materials have potential application in building in areas such as flooring, cladding, and window and door frames.
  • Article - 9 Jun 2021
    Researchers at KU Leuven University are looking beyond replacement of teeth and towards regeneration and regrowth of damaged teeth, using 3D printing to restore the tooth’s root.
  • Article - 17 Feb 2020
    Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, began as a way of producing small 3D objects for personal use and was seen as a novelty. However, as the years have gone on, the capabilities of...
  • Article - 3 Sep 2019
    This article discusses how fiber reinforced plastics are used as an alternative material for mountain bridges.
  • Article - 18 Oct 2012
    Jan Terje Nielsen, Director of Marketing at Kebony AS, talks to AZoM about the need for alternatives to hardwoods and the environmental benefits of this.
  • Article - 23 May 2001
    Aluminium, glass reinforced plastics and fibre reinforced composites are the main materials used in small commercial marine craft. Each of these materials has its place in the industry and its...
  • Article - 28 Sep 2022
    Jute, a natural fiber, is important in developing composite materials that have shown promise in domestic, automotive, and medical industries among others.
  • Article - 1 Mar 2022
    Now, new material options available for 3D printing are bringing the technology ever closer to an imagined sci-fi future.
  • Article - 24 Feb 2022
    Scientists are increasingly looking at developing ways to replace plastic, particularly in single-use, high volume, disposable applications. Food packaging is one of these areas. Can edible food...