Hear firsthand about the performance and cost benefits a hybrid solution provides over all-carbon fiber alternatives for achieving increased structural performance and weight reduction with long fiber reinforced composites.
PlastiComp recently completed a capital improvement project at its Winona, Minn., manufacturing and corporate headquarters facility which moved its research and development functions into a dedicated laboratory space.
An article by PlastiComp on overcoming challenges of metal-to-plastic conversions through component design and material optimization is featured in Appliance Design magazine.
An article in the March 2016 issue of Composites World magazine features Piranha Propellers who uses PlastiComp’s Complēt MT long glass fiber reinforced composite to produce composite motorboat propellers.
Based on its analysis of the long fiber composites market, Frost & Sullivan recognized PlastiComp with the 2015 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation for our hybrid long glass+carbon fiber composites.