Material Innovations for the Automotive Industry

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This issue of Automotive and Transportation TOE profiles developments and opportunities in innovative automotive materials and key processes and applications for them, such as renewable polymers, fiber-reinforced composites, carbon fiber wheels, cellulosic nanomaterials, 3D printing epoxy resin, heat resistant circuit board material, selective laser melting to create metal lattice structures, and processing ceramic-metal composites.The purpose of the Automotive and Transportation (A&T) Technology Opportunity Engine (TOE) is to raise awareness of global technology innovations in self-propelled ground-based mobile platforms that are not only technically significant, but potentially offering commercial value. E

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Material Innovations for the Automotive IndustryMaterial Innovations for the Automotive IndustryInnovative High Performance Polymer that has High Percentage of Renewable ContentNovel Fiber-reinforced Lightweight Composite Materials with New and Improved FunctionalityLightweight One-piece Automotive Wheel Made from Carbon FibersAutomotive Parts such as Bumpers and Fenders Made from TreesEpoxy 3D Printing Resin with Enhanced Mechanical PropertiesHigh Heat Resistance Circuit Board Material for Automotive UsageSelective Laser Melting for Creating Lightweight Automotive ComponentsProcessing Technique for Making Superior Ceramic-metal CompositesStrategic Insights and Industry ContactsStrategic Insights on Material Innovations for the Automotive IndustryIndustry Contacts

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