SeaBioComp Newsletter No3 November 2020

Developing high quality biocomposite materials with reduced environmental impacts...

Work Package 1 of the SeaBioComp project is looking to develop high quality biocomposite demonstrators which will have a significantly reduced environmental impact compared to traditional oil-based composites.

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Posted 2020-11-18 15:55:23

Results of flax fibres in self-reinforced polymers...

A number of flax fabric and flax/SR-PLA composites have been produced as part of the project which are being tested in order to optimise their performance.

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Posted 2020-11-18 16:27:31

Very promising results from the 3D printing of biopolymers ...

Work Package 2 of the SeaBioComp project is dedicated to the optimisation of large-scale additive manufacturing for the printing of thermoplastic polymers and has already been fabricating early bio composite end-user demonstration parts.

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Posted 2020-11-18 17:05:58

Very Successful SeaBioComp Masterclass on 3D printing of Biopolymers hosted...

Dr Albert ten Busschen, from project partner Poly Product, hosted a very successful online MasterClass titled 'Large-scale 3D printing of Biopolymers' in September which attracted a varied audience of 14 delegates.

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Posted 2020-09-22 11:04:42