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Versalis to license technology to Shandong Eco Chemical

Eni’s chemical company, Versalis, has agreed to license its proprietary continuous mass technology to Shandong Eco Chemical, a Chinese company part of Shandong Haike Holding. The license will be granted for a 210 kT/year ABS unit to be built in Dongying, Shandong province (China)...

Versalis to license technology for styrenic polymers to Supreme Petrochem

Eni’s chemical company, Versalis, has agreed to license the continuous mass technology for a 70,000 t/year ABS unit to Supreme Petrochem, a leading Indian polystyrene and expandable polystyrene producer. The unit will be built in Amdoshi–Wangani (India). This state-of-the-art technology will produce styrenic polymers with a low carbon footprint...

Stratasys introduces carbon fibre material for F123 Series 3D printers

A new ABS-based carbon fibre material has been introduced by Stratasys for its line of F123 Series 3D printers, the first composite material for the platform. Carbon fibre materials have proven extremely popular on Stratasys’ industrial-scale FDM 3D printers for a variety of end-use applications such as jigs, fixtures, and tooling. With FDM ABS-CF10...