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Carbon Fiber SMC Cuts Part Weight Up to 60%
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Article Published: 1/30/2014
Addressing Automotive Lightweighting
Developments at Henkel—particularly in the area of resins—can have a significant impact on lightweighting autos.
Article Published: 1/2/2014
Getting to Green(er) Plastics
As OEMs and suppliers strive to use more sustainable materials, biobased plastics are beginning to appear in more places, particularly in interior parts, but cost remains a barrier to wider use.
Article Published: 1/2/2014
Building by Bonding: BMW, the i3 and Carbon Fiber
BMW brings carbon fiber into mass production: reducing vehicle weight, parts, and production time.
Article Published: 11/27/2013
2014 Cadillac CTS: Seriously Light
Here’s a look behind what went into engineering the 2014 Cadillac CTS, which is the lightest car in its class. Why is that important? Says Dave Leone, GM Chief Engineer, Performance Luxury Cars, “We did that to enable the driving character we wanted...
Article Published: 11/27/2013
Next-Gen Pretensioner
Snake pretensioner retractor seat belt assembly for global applications.
Article Published: 8/1/2013
Enginnering a Better Brake Rotor
Two-piece rotor design for the Corvette Z51 Performance Package combines a ductile iron hat with grey iron plates.
Article Published: 8/1/2013
Cadillac CTS Lightens Up with Aluminum
The 2014 Cadillac CTS is using a whole lot of aluminum for various components, visible and structural.
Article Published: 5/31/2013
More Obvious A8 Aluminum
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Article Published: 5/31/2013
Steel Strikes Back: Again
The steel industry is working on new material grades and processes in order to keep its position as the material of choice in the auto industry.
Article Published: 4/22/2013

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