by Marc Huisman, Program Manager Lightweight Automotive, Brightlands Materials Center
This presentation will show a unique material processing concept of thermo-mechanical recycling that uses post-industrial or post-consumer continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic waste material and turns into an engineering material that can be used in compression molding or injection molding of technically demanding applications such as required in the automotive industry.
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Brightlands Materials of the Future Series announces the ONLINE Materials 4 Sustainable Mobility Conference on March 23.
Electrification, digitalization, autonomous driving and new mobility concepts will help define the future of mobility. These mega trends will fundamentally change the way we think about cars and mobility as a whole, and will have a major impact on the various value-chains. This will create a significant shift in use of materials.
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