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Latest News

EconCore appoints aerospace honeycomb expert as CTO EconCore, world leader in thermoplastic honeycomb core technology, has appointed Olivier Rozant as Chief Technical Officer from January 2021.

[view details]15-02-2021

Fynotej announce two new automotive OEM contracts using EconCore’s honeycomb core technology EconCore’s thermoplastic, honeycomb technology is now being introduced into two of the world’s largest automotive manufacturers by non-woven specialists, Fynotej.

[view details]14-01-2021

EconCore joins Audi and others to develop composite battery casings EconCore is pleased to announce a partnership involving AZL, Audi and others to establish the potential of using composites for battery housings.

[view details]23-11-2020

Composite materials for lighter vehicles The automotive industry has long been seeking to find a cost-effective solution to weight reduction.

[view details]20-10-2020

EconCore proud to be key partner of sustainable concept LUCA car EconCore, is proud to be a major partner of an innovative project to build a car made entirely out of recycled materials by the TU/ecomotive team at Eindhoven University of Technology, launched on 8 October 2020.

[view details]08-10-2020

EconCore continues to support the “CQS racing team”

[Published on: 18-02-14]

The CQS Group T Racing Team is a team of Industrial Engineering master students of the Group T International School of Engineering @ KULeuven. The team focuses on bringing topics like ecology to the official racing competition. They started from scratch on converting a Citroën 2CV (or Tin Snail) to a competing racing car with the focus on ecological technologies and innovations in mind. EconCore provides the team with strong and stiff lightweight materials for the reinforcement of the doors. In the meantime the students look at other possibilities to reduce the weight of the car by changing traditional materials with EconCore’s lightweight materials.
In the past EconCore supported other KULeuven racing teams with materials for light weight battery packs of electrical driven cars.

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