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Local Motors to Produce 1st 3-D-Printed Automobile Fleet

The auto industry is set to experience another ripple of change as tech company Local Motors recently announced its plans to open a microfactory in the Washington, D.C., area to design, produce and sell the world's first 3-D-printed automobile fleet. In an industry just...

source: By Ryan Clark
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Most people no longer ask whether solar energy will be a success, the question is now rather which forms...

source: By Don Rosato

Trace amounts of toxic substances used to make plastics don’t contaminate the food or beverages they contain and pose no immediate threat to consumers, according to new research from Ohio State University. That’s the good news. The bad news is those plastic products...

source: Futurity

A spokesman from China’s Ministry of Commerce said Beijing is “paying close attention” to the U.S. government’s handling of the antidumping and countervailing duties case of PET resins imported from China. The U.S. Department of Commerce on Aug. 10...

source: Plastics News

Maybe it was the summer heat or the lure of an exotic vacation. Whatever it was, polypropylene and solid polystyrene were the only two North American commodity resin markets to show any movement in July. Regional PP prices dipped a penny per pound as solid PS prices shot...

source: Plastics News

3-D printing is an exponential innovation. Regular breakthroughs in 3-D printer speed, resolution, cost and reliability demonstrate the potential not only for scale but also for unlocking new possibilities. Coupled with a fast-evolving range of printable materials, 3-D printing...

source: Plastics Today

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a new polymer-based material that is capable of changing colors based on the speed of impact inflicted on it to detect risk of brain damage. It is hoped that these polymers...

source: AZoM


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