Transformed into a virtual event, the latest CAMX 2020 preview describes some of the opportunities that will be available for visitors and exhibitors.
The 2020 Awards for Composites Excellence (ACE) recognized the University of Tennessee, TRB Lightweight Structures, University of Delaware, IYRS School of Technology and LyondellBasell for outstanding achievement and innovation.
Out of the finalists announced earlier last week, this year’s Combined Strength Award and Unsurpassed Innovation Award goes to 3M Co. and Might Buildings Inc. respectively.
CAMX has announced its finalists for the 2020 CAMX Awards. It will hold the award ceremony Tuesday, September 22.
CAMX 2020's closing keynote will offer an outlook for the global marketplace and opportunities for collaboration and growth.
Jim Bridenstine, the 13th administrator of NASA, will present on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 from 12:15-1:00 p.m. ET.
Presentations from Microsoft, Uber Elevate, BFG International, Joby Aviation, Anzac Contractors, the Florida DOT will be featured at CAMX 2020.
Coronavirus pandemic compels CAMX 2020 leadership to convert the composites conference and exhibition from an in-person event to a fully virtual event in September.
BreakThru technology is reported to free formaldehyde in phenolic FRP resins to less than 0.1%.
Zünd is presenting its latest developments in modular, digital cutting solutions for composites applications.
WSU NIAR is presenting the Advanced Technologies Lab for Aerospace Systems (ATLAS), a facility focused on pioneering automated technologies in advanced manufacturing.
UAMMI is representing the innovation and history of composites and advanced materials in the state of Utah.
Janicki Industries is featuring its fast prototyping process for flyaway parts and tooling for urban air mobility (UAM) vehicle manufacturers.
Renegade Materials Corp. is promoting its prepregs, resins and adhesive products.
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Vectorply Corp. is highlighting its custom composite reinforcement fabrics for a range of markets and applications.
Structural Composites and Compsys Inc. are featuring low-cost, high-performance composite material innovations.
OMAX Corp. is showcasing the benefits of its abrasive waterjets for composites cutting.
Toray Composite Materials America Inc. is featuring its latest innovations in carbon fiber and composite materials including TORAYCA T1100 carbon fiber.
Toray Advanced Composites is featuring its latest product developments in thermoset and thermoplastic technologies.
Toray Performance Materials Corp. is featuring its line of high-performance, high-volume, carbon fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composite materials.
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Elliott Co. of Indianapolis is featuring its ELFOAM rigid unfaced polyisocyanurate (urethane) closed cell foam core.
Montalvo is debuting its Vanguard tension control system, an automated, closed-loop tension control system designed for composite tows and tapes.
Axel Plastics Research Laboratories is launching a series of next-generation, water-based releases for the composites market.
Symmetrix Composite Tooling Inc. is presenting its soft, composite tooling serving a variety of industries.
Hexcel is showcasing its resins, thermoplastic UD tapes, epoxy prepregs and additive manufacturing technology.