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9/25/2015

CAMX Exhibit Previews, Part 1

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CAMX 2015 is less than a month away (Oct. 26-29, Dallas, TX, US). If you're going to the show, or thinking of going, you might want to know a little about what will await you on the exhibit hall floor. CompositesWorld asked CAMX exhibitors to send previews of the products and technologies they'll have on display. Below is Part 1 of the response we received. Simply click on the company name to see what it has in store, and look for Part 2 in the next CAMX newsletter.

CAMX 2015 is less than a month away (Oct. 26-29, Dallas, TX, US). If you're going to the show, or thinking of going, you might want to know a little about what will await you on the exhibit hall floor. CompositesWorld asked CAMX exhibitors to send previews of the products and technologies they'll have on display. Below is Part 1 of the response we received. Simply click on the company name to see what it has in store, and look for Part 2 in the next CAMX newsletter.

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