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New method of recycling carbon fibre emerges from UNSW

A researcher from UNSW Canberra has developed a new carbon fibre recycling method that uses less energy and wastes less of the material. 

CADDS Group taps into Markforged 3D printing to manufacture mining equipment

Perth-based mining company CADDS Group has partnered with 3D printing pioneers Core Additive and Markforged in an effort to redefine the production of equipment in the mining industry. 

Carbon Fibre Futures Conference calls for abstract submissions from industry

Carbon Nexus, Deakin University’s cutting-edge research facility, has released a call for abstracts for the upcoming Carbon Fibre Futures Conference 2023. 

Thales Australia to develop new carbon fibres for overwrapped gun barrels

Media Release by IMCRC Leading defence contractor Thales Australia has entered into a collaboration with Deakin University and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC)...

Surf’s up as Deakin trio launch world-first recycled carbon surfboards

Media Release Three Deakin graduates have established the world’s first recycled carbon fibre surfboard company, with the help of Deakin University’s SPARK Deakin Accelerator 2020...

Advanced Manufacturer Carbon Revolution lists on ASX

Media Release Geelong-based advanced manufacturer Carbon Revolution, whose lightweight carbon fibre wheels are used on some of the world’s premier street cars, listed on the...

Australia inks carbon recycling agreement with Japan

Australia and Japan will jointly explore carbon recycling technologies as part of a Memorandum of Understanding inked by the Minister for Resources and Northern...

BNNT Technology to commercially develop one of the strongest fibres in existence

BNNT Technology is on its way to become the first manufacturer in the world to mass produce one of the strongest fibres in existence...

Australia joins elite club of carbon fibre manufacturers thanks to CSIRO/Deakin breakthrough

Australian industry could soon mass-produce the next generation materials thanks to a carbon fibre breakthrough achieved by CSIRO scientists in collaboration with their peers...

Australia gains ability to produce carbon fibre at scale

CSIRO and Deakin researchers gave Australia the ability to produce carbon fibre from scratch and at scale with the development of a ‘wet spinning...
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