3M pushes into world of composites with new nano-enhanced epoxy resin

3M recently announced that it launched a new nanoparticle-enhanced epoxy resin for carbon fiber composites. According to a source in our network, 3M's new epoxy, dubbed "Matrix Resin 3831", is reinforced with silica nanoparticles – 3M's MSDS sheet hints at loadings from 30% to 50%. The company claim...

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