CAMX eNewsletter

CAMX releases monthly eNewsletters, providing readers with articles on composites and advanced materials topics, viewpoints from speakers, and upcoming deadlines, as well as updates on programming, the exhibit hall, and CAMX events. Stay up to date on all things CAMX so you know what to expect once onsite as well as how to stay connected before, during, and after the Show.

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17Apr 2018

Automated, Inline Inspection Comes of Age One of the great bottlenecks in hand-layup or machine-layup is the chore of manually checking for gaps, overlaps, wrinkles and debris. Automated, in-situ inspection promises to bypass such manual labor and is already at work in several high-profile operations. More. International Innovation Could Have Game Changing Implications According to […]

22Mar 2018

Consolidating Thermoplastic Composite Aerostructures in Place After more than 30 years of development, in-situ consolidation is nearing its promise to eliminate fasteners and the autoclave, and enable an integrated, multifunctional airframe. With next-generation commercial aircraft on the horizon, in-situ consolidation might be maturing just in time. More. CAMX 2017 Award Winners: Where Are They Now? […]

27Feb 2018

Thermoplastic tapes: Here to stay? Thermoplastic tapes are not new to composites, but they soon will join the primary aerostructures material palette and could be their future. For that to happen, however, a quantum leap in quality and consistency is required — the same kind of quantum leap that, 20 years ago, helped make thermoset […]

11Jan 2018

CAMX 2017: All the reports CAMX 2017 was postponed by Hurricane Irma, but no worse for the delay. The largest composites event in the world’s largest composites market featured a variety of noteworthy materials, technologies and products that reinforced the strength and dynamism of the composites industry. More. CAMX Celebrates Industry Growth and Innovation Thank […]

28Nov 2017

Next-generation SMC for automotive Honda made a splash in 2005 when it introduced the Ridgeline pickup with an innovative sheet molded compound (SMC) bed and storage trunk. For the Ridgeline redesign, the company went back to the drawing board and emerged with a creative, efficient, multi-material design that takes SMC to the next level. More. […]

08Nov 2017

Reconfigurable tooling grows up Shape-changing, adaptable, reconfigurable tools help eliminate molds for the manufacture of 3D panels. And highly adaptable, customizable assembly fixtures use modular design and metrology to reduce assembly costs and shimming. More. Book Housing by November 17 Hotel space is filling quickly! Reserve housing today for CAMX fort the best selection and […]

18Oct 2017

Lightweighting speed into CNC machining Many composite parts must be trimmed, machined or finished in some way. One American CNC manufacturer has discovered the advantages of using composites to make the machine faster, more stable, more responsive and more accurate. More. CAMX Delivers in December Registration for CAMX 2017 is open. Make plans today to […]

27Sep 2017

Preforming Goes Industrial There is, perhaps, no composite material type and process evolving faster than preforming, which is using sophisticated automation systems to help reduce cycle times and speed products to market. A variety of material and equipment suppliers are innovating in this space quickly, providing composites fabricators a myriad of manufacturing options. More. Message […]

23Aug 2017

CAMX 2017: Exhibit Previews CAMX 2017 is just a couple weeks away. In preparation for the show, CAMX Connection has gather technology and product previews from several exhibitors to help you understand what you can expect to find at the event. Click here to see all exhibit previews. Social Media in the Composites Industry: An […]

04Aug 2017

Composites recycling: Gaining traction Technology to recycle carbon fiber, glass fiber and — at last — resins is viable and operational, able to handle everything from uncured prepreg to finished parts and structures. What the composites industry needs now is the maturation of the market for recycled and repurposed material. More. Your CAMX 2017 Guide […]