Call for abstract submissions for 2021 Pultrusion Conference
ACMA and EPTA encourages abstract applications for its 2021 conference from companies of all sizes. The submission deadline is October 23, 2020.
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On September 2, a call went out for abstract submissions for the 2021 Pultrusion Conference. Hosted by the American Composites Manufacturing Association (ACMA; Arlington, Virg., U.S.), and in partnership with the European Pultrusion Technology Association (EPTA; Frankfurt, Germany), abstract applications are encouraged from companies of all sizes. The submission deadline is October 23, 2020.
Presented virtually from April 13-15, 2021, the conference is a business-focused virtual educational program designed to bring current information to senior industry leaders, decision-makers, production managers, engineers and end-users. Currently, presentations will cover all parts of the pultrusion supply chain, from raw materials through manufacturing and end-use applications.
More specifically, ACMA is looking for individual’s work with new materials and market applications that expand the use of pultruded composites. Pultrusion-related topics include:
- Design Techniques/Simulation
- Equipment Design/Tooling
- Market Applications and Case Histories
- Research & Development
- Standards Development
The three-day virtual conference will also provide virtual presentations from global industry leaders; networking with fellow attendees and exhibitors on a virtual platform; innovative, new applications and technology; and updated information about quality and standards.
Learn more about the conference or submit an abstract here.
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