CAMX 2014 preview: Cornerstone Research Group

Cornerstone Research Group (CRG, Dayton, Ohio) and its two newly launched subsidiaries—NONA Composites and Advantic—will all be represented at CAMX 2014.

Cornerstone Research Group (CRG, Dayton, Ohio) and its two newly launched subsidiaries—NONA Composites and Advantic—will all be represented at CAMX 2014. Additionally, the subsidiary that CRG launched in 2010—Spintech (Smart Tooling)—will also be at the show. CRG launched NONA Composites and Advantic in early 2014 as part of its long-held strategy of growth through commercialization of its advanced materials R&D capabilities. NONA Composites and Advantic each apply advances in materials technology and manufacturing process to industry challenges to provide significant value for their customers.

NONA Composites provides no-oven, no-autoclave (NONA) composite resin, tooling and part fabrication solutions. Freeing part manufacturers from traditional curing infrastructure, NONA Composites says its products and services allow customers to rapidly produce tooling and parts and to realize significant cost savings, increased throughput and greater manufacturing flexibility. Advantic provides value engineering and manufactures lightweight, high performance, structural polymer composite building materials. Integrated building, remediation and remodel solutions allow customers to design, specify, bid and build more competitively by reducing design and building labor costs, building material costs and project duration or site shut-down time.

In the conference, Ben A. Dietsch, COO, will present "No-Oven, No-Autoclave Composite Tool Fabrication," Wednesday, Oct. 15, 9:30 a.m. Thomas J. Barnell will present "No-Oven, No-Autoclave Cure of Prepreg Structures,"Wednesday, Oct. 15, 11 a.m.

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