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July 4th, 2007
Quickstep process delivers key benefits in nanocomposites production
Quickstep process delivers key benefits in nanotechnology composite production with significant potential for aerospace and automotive cabin component manufacture.
New research from VCAMM shows the Quickstep patented manufacturing process can result in significant improvements in the structure of ‘nanocomposite' materials, leading to enhanced performance characteristics.
Exciting implications for the Quickstep Process to manufacture fire retardant nanocomposite materials for interior parts in aerospace, automotive and mass transit applications.
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