The hottest Dutch DTC launched continuous fiber re

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According to reports, the Dutch thermoplastic parts company (abbreviated as DTC) exhibited a series of high-performance continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic products at the composite materials engineering exhibition held in Birmingham, England, in November this year

dtc processes the semi-finished thermoplastic products reinforced by cloth and tape into final products. The raw materials used include peek, peek and polyether. The advantages and disadvantages of these two models can be discussed in many aspects, such as imide, polyphenylene sulfide resin, carbon fiber and glass fiber reinforced materials

products are machined with CNC (computer digital control) after being formed by press. DTC reported that due to the rapid replacement of molds and the short cycle time (generally only a few minutes), press molding thermoplastic composites is a very cost competitive molding method. Its operation is more intuitive, simple, safe and applicable to a wide range of production, from as few as 5 pieces to more than 10000 pieces

dtc has three presses (60 to 200 tons), which can form products with a size of several centimeters to 1 meter. The company also has a five axis CNC machining center

thermoplastic composite parts made for aircraft interior and fuselage, including brackets, clip rings, seat components, electronic device shields, ribs, inspection windows, etc., will be displayed on DTC's booth

dtc has been deeply involved in the field of new material utilization by supplying parts to Boeing, Airbus and other major aircraft manufacturers for more than 10 years. It reported that small load-bearing parts in the main structure of aircraft are increasingly being redesigned with thermoplastic composites, mainly to replace aluminum and titanium

The managing director of DTC said that the continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic composites they provided are suitable for a variety of structural applications requiring light weight. In addition to the aerospace industry, they also see opportunities for many other industries to redesign with continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastics. The mold cost of these materials is low and the productivity is high, so the manufacturing cost is very competitive. Thermoplastic finished down 1.88% at 522, making it easier to recycle

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