Weidmann’s Fiber Technology blog is your source of information about applications of microfibrillated cellulose, interesting novel developments, tips and tricks for handling MFC but also to get to know Weidmann as a company, our team and how it is to work as the innovation motor in this vibrant industry.
Our team members will post at regular intervals about their experiences, learnings and discoveries in their field of applications and supply you with insights into the fibrillated cellulosic materials market and the life at Weidmann.
Blogs will be posted either in German or English language.
When I started working at Weidmann Fiber Technology I was quite confused about all the different terms I encountered in the world of nanocellulose. However, this is not surprising, considering that the terms for nano- and microscaled cellulosic particles are not yet...read more
To understand what MFC actually is, it makes sense to zoom out a bit and start with the big picture. As commonly known, wood is build up by a cellulose matrix. The fibers that form such a matrix are fibril bundles which in turn consist of small elements, called...read more
Wooaah!! The first month at Weidmann has truly flown by. The number of the introductionary sessions has decreased after the first weeks and actual work starts to take place. Of course, there is still much more to get introduced to and much more to learn, but I also...read more
Zwei weitere Wochen sind nun schon vergangen und ich kann nicht behaupten, dass mir langweilig geworden ist. In der Zwischenzeit habe ich nicht nur mein erstes Kundengespräch bewältigt, sondern mir auch ein Fachwissen über mikrofibrillierte Cellulose (MFC) angeeignet....read more
My name is Anssi Muurimäki and during the following year I will write blog posts about my new position at Weidmann Electrical Technology. I am a freshly graduated paper engineer from Finland and started working for Weidmann in Rapperswil, Switzerland at the beginning...read more
Ich bin Nadine Peneder und habe im November bei Weidmann als Fiber Application Engineer angefangen zu arbeiten, um das Team von Stefan Truniger bei Weidmann Fiber Technology mit meinen Kenntnissen aus der Materialwissenschaft zu verstärken. Während meines ersten...read more