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7/25/2017

CAMX 2017 preview: RAMPF

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RAMPF Group (Grafenberg, Germany) is presenting its modeling and mold engineering materials, and its composites design, engineering, and manufacture capabilities.

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RAMPF Group Inc. (Grafenberg, Germany) is presenting its modeling and mold engineering materials, and its composites design, engineering, and manufacture capabilities. RAMPF’s portfolio includes styling, modeling and working board materials; and close contour pastes, close contour casting, and close contour clocks. The highlight in the RAMPF booth is the concept car Fast Eddy, designed and produced by the Aria Group based in California. The use of RAMPF’s RAKU-TOOL close contour paste CP-6070/6072 reportedly enabled a high-quality, cost-effective and fast model-making process. RAKU-TOOL CP-6070/6072 was applied to a supporting structure made from RAMPF’s polyurethane board RAKU-TOOL SB-0096, cured, and then machined according to CAD data. Booth F2.

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