On April 16, Magestic Systems Inc. (MSI, Westwood, N.J.) will be exhibiting SAMPE 2013 (May 6-9, 2013) at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif. The primary focus of this conference is to highlight the innovations and advancements being made today with advanced materials across multiple industries.
Throughout the show, MSI representatives will be demonstrating the company's composite manufacturing portfolio, which is designed to optimize composite and advanced material manufacturing processes both manual and automated.
Massimiliano Moruzzi, MSI’s Director of Business Development, will also present a paper titled “TruPLAN & TruFIBER: Advanced Material Kinematics and Layup Process Simulation for Automated Fiber Placement & Tape Layer” on Wednesday May, 8 at 2:50 p.m. during the Automated Fiber Placement session.
MSI plans to meet with manufacturers, suppliers, and researchers at SAMPE 2013 to demonstrate its entire suite of manufacturing software solutions: composite nesting (TruNEST), laser projection (TruLASER View), fiber placement/tape laying (TruFIBER), thickness control (TruPLY Compensation), and design-for-manufacturing optimization (TruPLAN).
“SAMPE 2013 presents a great opportunity to interface with the innovators pacing the composites and advanced materials industry and understand what will be required by manufacturers in the future,” says Moruzzi. To learn more or to see live demonstrations of any application, visit MSI’s booth, #D48, at SAMPE 2013. To learn more about this event, go to the SAMPE Web site at www.sampe.org.
Magestic Systems has been active in the manufacturing industry since 1991. The MSI portfolio reportedly includes a wide variety of turnkey solutions for CNC cutting, laser-assisted ply layup, composite manufacturing strategy analysis, and automated fiber deposition. More information can be found at www.magestic.com.
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