Deep learning, knowledge sharing, and dynamic demonstrations take your CAMX education experience to new heights! CAMX goes beyond the classroom with access to what’s now and next in materials, technology, and manufacturing innovation.
Composites Highlights Track
Curious how composite materials can solve your traditional material challenges? This free session track gives attendees access to presentations designed to help understand more about composites. Sessions include Composites 101 & 201, hosting 250+ attendees for a 90-minute introduction to composite materials with ample time for Q&A; and a Materials Forecast Forum, which will offer four, 60-minute sessions designed to dive into future trends. To attend, just have an exhibit hall pass or visit the Registration Desk.
CAMX Webinar Series
Open to anyone in the composites industry, this year’s Composites Highlights Track was hosted in the weeks leading up to CAMX and gave attendees access to presentations designed to help understand more about composites. Sessions included Composites 101 & 201, Tooling 101, and Factory of the Future 101.
Composites 101 | View here.
Tooling 101 | View here.
Composites 201 | View here.
Factory of the Future 101 | View here.
Extra! Extra! Breaking news, press conferences, special announcement, and more take place in the Presentation Theater. Even better, access FREE Technical Presentations featuring new products and technical solutions. Interested in presenting? Space is limited and will sell out. Contact a CAMX team member for details.
CAMX featured a unique learning experience, with 10 demos followed by live Q&A ontooling, cutting, vacuum infusion, light resin transfer molding, and advanced processes producing real-life parts, such as a boat hull and more.
Subject matter experts shared their ideas about new trends, ideas, and industry developments during virtual campfire sessions. Some campfire topics included women in the composites industry, young professionals, and how to diversify your markets. Recordings for our most popular Campfire Sessions can be found here.
2020 Opening Keynote
CAMX was pleased to have the 13th Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Jim Bridenstine, as this year’s opening keynote speaker. NASA is continuing to help move the industry forward in these trying times through investments in R&D and technology. Bridenstine highlighted the connection between technology developments in advanced materials and US competitiveness in manufacturing across a range of business sectors. His presentation wrapped up in an overview of NASA’s partnership opportunities for businesses of all sizes.
2020 GENERAL SESSION
The current COVID-19 crisis has changed our world like never before. But the severe crisis hasn’t changed Airbus’ long-term ambition to be the world’s first aircraft manufacturer to market a zero-emission aircraft by 2035. Explore how they got there and the role materials and in particular composite technologies will play. Isabell Gradert the Material Fast Track Leader at Airbus and general advisor for materials technology to the CTO was this year’s general session speaker. With 10 years’ experience in the field of Materials & Processes, Isabell is the leading cross-divisional Material Roadmap for associated technologies and guiding research projects ensuring group-wide leverage of technology synergies.
2020 Good Day, CAMX!
labeled image Update Good Day CAMX! blurb to: “CAMX concluded with Good Day, CAMX hosted by Joel Whitehouse from Hill & Smith Holdings as he discussed the outlook for the US/global economy including risks and M&A activity, followed by a Q&A panel. Register to watch this recording.