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12th Edition of International Conferences on Composite Materials composite.sciencefather.com Award Nomination - https://x-i.me/compram1 Abstract Submission - https://x-i.me/compabst2 CAMX 2023 exhibit preview compilation, Part 2 This is Part 2 of a two-part compilation (see Part 1), which is comprised of 130+ solicited and received previews from CAMX 2023 exhibitors, showcasing the composites materials, processes, services and other technologies you can expect to see at the in-person event. Note that company names link directly back to the original preview article. Dixie Chemical : Dixie Chemical specializes in anhydride-based epoxy curing agents, including NMA. Johns Manville : In addition to its range of engineered fiberglass offerings, Johns Manville highlights its Neomera PA6 thermoplastic organosheets, which offer reinforcement versatility in addition to higher FVFs and better impregnation. Jrain FRP Co. : Jrain FRP, with locations in China, Mexico and the U.S., is equipped with 1

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International Conferences on Composite Materials

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  12th Edition of International Conferences on Composite Materials composite.sciencefather.com Award Nomination - https://x-i.me/compram1 Abstract Submission - https://x-i.me/compabst2 On the radar: Composite materials producer ramps up sustainability vision The composites industry is increasingly recognizing the imperative of sustainability in its operations. New fiber material and biopolymer developments, lifecycle analyses studying the impact of material production, projects applying recyclable materials into various applications — these examples and more are changing how industry thinks about composite materials and their place in the future. One goal behind Toray’s (Tokyo, Japan) Sustainability Vision for 2050 is to “contribute to a world in which resources are sustainably managed.” Within the last year, the materials company has announced a variety of R&D activities underway to contribute to a more sustainable economy, primarily in the realm of biopolymers: The company recent

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International Conferences on Composite Materials

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11th Edition of International Conferences on Composite Materials composite.sciencefather.com Award Nomination - https://x-i.me/compram1 Abstract Submission - https://x-i.me/compabst2 Modular, robotic cells enable high-rate RTM using any material format The use of composite materials in vehicle and aircraft manufacturing is proliferating. This is due to their many benefits, such as light weight, strength, durability, corrosion resistance and design flexibility. As the demand for composite components in these industries continues to grow, so does the need for high-rate, high-accuracy, flexible, intelligent and modular manufacturing technologies to produce them. Composites manufacturing systems company Airborne (The Hague, Netherlands) set out to address this by creating a concept called automated ply placement (APP). APP is a robotically operated, automated and modular preforming technology that maximizes composite component design and material freedom before resin transfer molding (RTM)

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International Conferences on Composite Materials

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  11th Edition of International Conferences on Composite Materials composite.sciencefather.com Award Nomination - https://x-i.me/compram1 Abstract Submission - https://x-i.me/compabst2 Euro-Composites brings on Multistation as commercial partner The Euro-Composites Group (Elkwood, Va., U.S.), a global player in the production of high-quality and sophisticated composite materials, welcomes Multistation (Paris, France) as a commercial partner. Serving its customers from three production sites in Bitburg (Germany), Echternach (Luxembourg) and Culpeper (U.S.) with a total of more than 1,000 employees, Euro-Composites will now be able to grow its presence in France. Euro-Composites supplies its customers with standard products based on honeycomb cores and sandwich panels, as well as demand-oriented and customized products. Proposed materials — for its own projects and on behalf of customers — include Nomex, Kevlar, fiberglass, carbon fiber, aluminum, Twaron, Dyneema and ceramic matrix compo