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10/16/2019

Looking back on CAMX 2019

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CAMX 2019 has come and gone, and it was another successful show and conference. If you were not able to attend, the best way to get up to speed quickly on the events, presentations and technologies you missed is to review the CAMX Show Daily.

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CAMX 2019 show floor Innovation Park

Innovation Park at CAMX 2019. Source | CW

CAMX 2019 (Sept. 23-26, Anaheim, Calif., U.S.) has come and gone, and it was another success show and conference — North America’s largest composites-focused trade event. If you were there, you know this. If you were not able to attend CAMX this year, the best way to get up to speed quickly on the events, presentations and technologies you missed is to review the CAMX Show Daily.

The CAMX Show Daily was published and distributed each day of the show and offers reporting on CAMX Awards and Awards in Composites Excellence (ACE) winners, the keynote speaker, and new products and technologies on the show floor.

CAMX 2019 Show Daily cover

The links below will take you to each issue of the CAMX Show Daily

 

You can also find a short video report of CAMX 2019 on the CompositesWorld YouTube channel. 

 

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