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Carbon Fibre Recycling in Australasia
JUC surfboards (VIC) manufacture Surfboards from waste carbon fibre.  The founder Dr. Filip Stojcevski has advised Monkeytoe they will have capabilities to manufacture using Xbeam carbon fibre components  by the end of 2021. JUC surfboards have worked with international partners developing the Solvolysis process which dissolves the polymers and resin leaving undamaged carbon fibre for...
This month at Monkeytoe August 2021
A note from Budd Hi everyone, With the last month being as difficult as it has, it’s good to know that we’re staying busy. Our teams have been working hard, operating as normal from the factory and getting fine Australian-made Monkeytoe products out the door. In the meantime, one thing that’s been lighting up our...
This month at Monkeytoe July 2021
A note from Budd Hi everyone, Let’s jump into this month’s round-up. When a high-calibre client needs something a bit special, we’re ready to answer the call. Check out the highlight from our work with the lush resort-style oasis that is Saint Moritz overlooking the beach in St Kilda and how we did our best...
Aluminium vs Steel: Battle of the metals: steel and aluminium go toe to toe
From its initial discovery in 1824 by Danish chemist and physicist Hans Christian Ørsted (who is also credited with discovering electromagnetism), aluminium has been used in electrical components, construction materials, historic monuments and even airplane fuselages. Once a more precious metal than gold, aluminium has long been seen as a premium, quality product. From the...
This month at Monkeytoe June 2021
A note from Budd Hi everyone, We’ve officially passed the shortest day of the year, which means we’re only going to get more sunshine from here on out – and more opportunities to be on site. We’ve spoken before at length about how Monkeytoe’s solutions are right for designers, engineers and architects, but we’d be...
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