Selb – A new research partnership between NETZSCH Analyzing and Testing and the Swinburne University of Technology, Australia will see NETZSCH’s unique in-mould cure monitoring technology implemented in Swinburne’s Industry 4.0 carbon-fibre composite product Testlab. The facility, to be located in Melbourne’s East will be the world’s first industrial scale carbon-fibre composite manufacturing facility using a 3D printed “multilayer” approach.
Accepting challenges and creating solutions are the goals of NETZSCH Research Partnerships. Research Institutes and NETZSCH cooperate intensively and in close exchange with one another in order to advance new and emerging technologies. Read More…
Billions of pounds of carpets are generated annually worldwide. A large percentage of which ends up in landfills is problematic because nylon is non-biodegradable.
Limitations in landfill capacity and the environmental impact of disposing of carpet waste in this manner have made recovering nylon from carpet waste an increasingly important enterprise.
Thermoelectric materials with a high efficiency that are used, for example, to generate electricity from heat, are naturally brittle and fragile. It would be much more user-friendly to use flexible materials. There are already thin plastic films, so-called PEDOT´s, which are flexible and can be applied over large areas at low cost. However, these have … Read moreFlexible layer structured Bi2Te3 thermoelectric on a carbon nanotube scaffold