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Armageddon Energy, EconCore and Dupont develop ultra-light photovoltaic panel based on polyamide honeycomb technology Armageddon Energy, EconCore and Dupont joined forces to create a new lightweight polymer solar panel, which is one-third the weight of a standard glass solar panel while being significantly more rugged and resistant to damage than standard panels.

[view details]15-06-2017

On 17 May, the TU/Ecomotive team (sponsored by EconCore) unveiled their fourth concept car: Lina! Lina is the world's first car made from bio composites.

[view details]18-05-2017

Smallest Cell Size Thermoplastic Honeycombs Ever Next to the 3mm cell sized PP honeycomb in a very low thickness of 3 - 3.5mm which has already been marked as a great commercial success, EconCore’s daughter company ThermHex Waben launched now two other configurations of the honeycomb:

[view details]16-05-2017

EconCore exhibits for the first time at TMC Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition Information in Nashville, Tenn. EconCore will be exhibiting for the first time at the upcoming 2017 TMC in Nashville, Tennessee (February 27 to March 1, Booth 853).

[view details]21-02-2017

RS Taichi Teccell Chest Protector and Windproof Stretch Denim The Teccell Chest Protector offers the most protection with the least amount of materials to make it lighter all while protecting the second most impacted part of a motorcyclist's body.

[view details]20-02-2017

Background

Scientific Background


The folded honeycomb core materials and their cost efficient continuous production processes have been developed in a cooperation of the Department MTM (Metallurgy and Materials Engineering) and the Division PMA (Production, Machine Design and Automation) of the Mechanical Engineering Department of the university K.U.Leuven, Belgium.

The material know how and process knowlegde, the scientific basis of the EconCore technology, was developed in Ph.D. research projects and European research projects with leading industrial partners at the K.U.Leuven.

Ph.D. research projects and European research projects
MTM KU Leuven