Covestro

Covestro

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With 2015 sales of EUR 12.1 billion, Covestro is among the world's largest polymer companies. Business activities are focused on the manufacture of high-tech polymer materials and the development of innovative solutions for products used in many areas of daily life. The main segments served are the automotive, electrical and electronics, construction, and the sports and leisure industries. Covestro has 30 production sites around the globe and employs over 15000 people. The company is developing a comprehensive range of filaments, powders, and liquid resins for all common 3D printing methods
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2020
18 Nov 2020

Exhibitor

Covestro
13 May 2020

Exhibitor

Covestro Deutschland AG
2019
27 Nov 2019

Covestro

Dr Bryony Core caught up with Covestro at Formnext 2019. Covestro are a materials company who have developed Addigy: a new line of PC, TPU and PU resins for additive manufacturing.
16 Aug 2019

Genomatica

24 Apr 2019

Covestro

Covestro are manufacturers of high-tech polymer materials for all key industries
2018
11 Apr 2018

TactoTek™ advances injection molded structural electronics

Today TactoTek™ announced its IMSE Partner program for producers of materials, electronic components, equipment, and design tools used in IMSE solution design and production.
2017
25 Apr 2017

Turbulence in the lightweight composite market: a bumpy ride ahead

IDTechEx technology analyst Dr Richard Collins was in attendance of JEC World in Paris, the premier composite event with the hosts reporting record attendees of over 40,000 people and 1,300 exhibitors.
2016
17 Nov 2016

Materials For A Changing Additive Manufacturing Landscape

Covestro, United States
14 Nov 2016

Solar Impulse Foundation launches World Alliance for Clean Technology

The Solar Impulse Foundation has launched the World Alliance for Clean Technologies, as a legacy to the first ever solar flight around the world.
10 Nov 2016

Customized insoles for diabetes patients

In the past, insoles for patients with diabetes were hand-made by orthopedic shoemakers. In the future, these specialist shoemakers will be able to produce insoles more cost-effectively thanks to new software and the use of 3D printers.
17 Aug 2016

Smart electronics for smart clothing

At the center of the development is an electronic system that is responsive to movements without losing its functionality. The system comprises a flexible and formable film made of thermoplastic polyurethane.
2015
10 Dec 2015

New applications for the inkjet industry

The 23rd annual IMI Europe inkjet conference focused on emerging technologies and new markets.
7 Oct 2015

3D printing tradeshow season continues...

Just a week after Euromold at the Dusseldorf Messe, a lot of the same people joined TCT at the NEC Birmingham.