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Thermoplastic honeycomb technology reduces the Hyundai Creta’s trunk floor weight by 20% EconCore, a specialist in lightweight thermoplastic honeycomb core technology, and DPA Moldados, a tier 1 automotive supplier, have developed innovative technology which has reduced the weight of the Hyundai Creta’s trunk floor by 20%.

[view details]25-05-2020

Recycled PET honeycomb now commercially viable using EconCore’s technology Recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) honeycomb is now commercially ready and available to licence from EconCore.

[view details]12-03-2020

EconCore celebrates new licensing agreements and presents new application developments at JEC World 2020 EconCore, world leader in lightweight thermoplastic honeycomb core technology, is celebrating the announcement of new licensees at JEC World 2020 in Paris, France.

[view details]20-01-2020

Low & Bonar licenses EconCore’s thermoplastic honeycomb technology - Revolutionary flooring underlay being launched at Domotex show Global advanced fabrics company, Low & Bonar have signed a license agreement with EconCore, the thermoplastic honeycomb technology leader, for the use of their honeycomb technology.

[view details]13-01-2020

Automotive interior tier one supplier Kotobukiya Fronte sign license to use EconCore’s thermoplastic honeycomb production technology EconCore, the technology provider for continuous production of thermoplastic honeycomb sandwich materials, has signed a license agreement with Kotobukiya Fronte, a leading manufacturer of car interior components, headquartered in Japan.

[view details]07-01-2020

GALM Summit

[Published on: 24-04-19]

On 24/25 April industry experts and OEMs will meet in Munich for the 8th "Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Summit 2019" (GALM Summit). It will feature the latest OEM-led case studies and innovative solutions from material and technology providers focusing on the key role played by lightweight design on the road to the cars of the future. A major goal is to achieve a revolution of mobility and to boost electric and hybrid vehicles. Lightweight design can help to save fuel, maintenance costs and CO2 emissions. It extends the mobility range of electric or hybrid vehicles. Reducing weight and applying multi-material design is one of the biggest challenges for the automotive industry. On day one of GALM Summit at 2 p.m., EconCore’s Chief Operating Officer, Tomasz Czarnecki, will talk about in-line integrated production technologies for thermoplastic honeycomb panels EconCore has developed to support automotive manufacturers. He will show how weight reduction and cost savings can be achieved at the same time: EconCore’s Lightweight materials produced with the patented “ThermHex-Technology” are already standard components in the Maserati Ghibli and the Toyota Prius HV.