CAMX Connection – January 2020

Composites Help Take the Waste Out Of Wastewater A dry and getting drier California is turning to composites to help it purify wastewater and replenish shrinking aquifers. Read more. Don’t Delay – Share Your Innovation on a Global Stage  Make your plans now to attend and present at CAMX 2020 by submitting an abstract for inclusion in the industry’s leading …

CAMX Connection – December 2019

Carbon fiber/epoxy for automotive mass reduction, mass production IACMI precompetitive research explores carbon fiber-reinforced prepreg, SMC with novel matrix for structural passenger-car applications. Read more. CAMX 2020 Abstract Submissions Opens Today! Each year, hundreds of abstracts are submitted for consideration for inclusion in the industry’s most competitive conference program. Industry leaders, academicians, graduate students, researchers, engineers, chemists, and business professionals …

CAMX Connection – November 2019

Additive Molding promises mass-produced high-performance composites Arris Composites introduces a patent-pending technology that manufactures high-performance thermoplastic composite components with a combination of additive manufacturing technology and high-speed compression molding. Has mass production of advanced composite components finally arrived? Read more. Get Ready for Abstract Submissions to Open in December CAMX 2020 is the ideal place to present your latest product …

CAMX Connection – October 2019

Looking back on CAMX 2019 CAMX 2019 has come and gone, and it was another successful show and conference. If you were not able to attend, the best way to get up to speed quickly on the events, presentations and technologies you missed is to review the CAMX Show Daily. Read more. CAMX Embraces the Future of Composites! Thank you …

CAMX Connection – September 2019

CAMX 2019: Exhibit previews, part 2 CAMX 2019 is just around the corner, so it’s time to start thinking about what you will encounter on the show floor. This is part two of a two-part series that previews some of the products, technologies and services that will be on display. Read more. Vicki Holt, President and CEO Protolabs – GENERAL …

CAMX Connection – August 2019

Opportunities, challenges for composites in future aircraft As the commercial aerospace sector prepares for a new round of major program launches, the question of where and how composites will be applied weighs heavily on the supply chain. Read more. Find Resources to Form the Future at CAMX Let your imagination run wild at CAMX. With advanced materials innovators, global suppliers …

CAMX Connection – July 22, 2019

Natural fiber composites: What’s holding them back? Natural fiber reinforcements have been available for some time, but factors such as compatibility with current processes and geographic availability continue to limit widespread use. Read more. Register for CAMX Before Rates Increase Next Month! Get your free CAMX Exhibit Hall pass today for access to see and touch materials firsthand, watch process …

CAMX Connection – June 10, 2019

Chopped Carbon Fiber, Polyamide and Innovation Redefine the Modern Pickup Truck Bed CarbonPro, the first thermoplastic composite box, boosts damage resistance, reduces mass 28 kg, scales to high production volumes. Read more. CAMX Welcomes Various Industries Who benefits from more composites knowledge and industry connections? Almost every manufacturing industry. Advanced materials and manufacturing leaders from around the world are registering …

CAMX Connection – May 16, 2019

Zero Waste: Recycling Prepreg, Thermoplastic Tape Offal One challenge to kitting prepreg fabrics or unidirectional (UD) tapes is figuring out what to do with trimmings that are too small or whose fibers are incorrectly aligned for reuse in another project. A new technology aims to increase the efficiency of thermoplastic tape offal recycling. Read More. CAMX – Where We Form …

CAMX Connection – April 18, 2019

Spar-forming for next-generation commercial aircraft By adapting its Automated Stiffener Forming (ASF) technology to build spars directly in female molds, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems anticipates dramatic drops in cycle time and manufacturing cost for commercial aircraft structures of the future. More. Find the Materials and Technology of the Future at CAMX! Register now for CAMX and be a part of …