HOCKESSIN, DE – Feb. 28 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Kubota Research Associates, Inc. headquartered in Hockessin, Delaware, has developed a new method to significantly increase the impact and shatter resistance of composite materials, which is easily applied as a post treatment.
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Kubota Research and DuPont-Toray Develop Breakthrough Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composite: RUBA(R)-C
| From: Kubota Research Associates, Inc.
HOCKESSIN, DE – September 28 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Kubota Research Associates, Inc. with headquarters in Hockessin, Delaware and DuPont-Toray Co., Ltd. with headquarters in Tokyo, Japan announce a novel manufacturing method for a fiber reinforced thermoplastic composite without degrading the high tenacity fiber, which is a major revolution in the composite industry. The new prepreg composite and system for its manufacture, including the advanced material components, are exhibiting at the International Plastic Fair (IPF) in Makuhari, Japan, which runs September 24-28, 2005.
ASAME Technology LLC Obtains Exclusive Distribution License for Materials Research and Manufacturing Engineering Tool
| From: ASAME Technology LLC
CEDAR PARK, TX – September 15 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — ASAME Technology LLC holds an exclusive license to market, distribute, and support the patented Automated Surface Strain Analysis and Measurement Environment (ASAME). ASAME Technology sells and supports two well-known surface strain measurement technologies: the ASAME Target Model and the Grid Pattern Analyzer (GPA). Currently there are more than 100 ASAME and/or GPA users around the world.
| From: Multiject LLC
ROCHESTER, Mich. – August 22 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Multiject LLC has signed an agreement to represent Plasdan Group, an international supplier of machinery and tooling for the plastic injection molding industry. This relationship is effective immediately, and affects all of Plasdan’s injection molding machinery business in North America.
| From: Syntec Technologies, Inc.
PAVILION, NY — (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Syntec Technologies, a leading manufacturer of custom polymer optics, announces patent-pending HRDT(tm) technology that cuts costs by up to 5X for optics applications requiring high refraction, heat resistant, NIR performance. HRDT, or high refraction diamond turning, enables direct diamond turning of polymers such as Ultem(tm) to a surface as smooth as 60 angstroms, critical in meeting many telecom, defense and biometric performance demands.