Fibercycle's recycled carbon fiber composites won't drive mass adoption

Fibercycle – a consortium composed of Advanced Composites Group, Tilsatec, Sigmatex, Exel Composites, NetComposites, and the University of Leeds – recently developed yarns and fabrics from recycled carbon fiber. It press-molds recycled carbon fiber into composites composed of 50% recycled carbon fib...

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