Carbon Fiber 2019 issues call for papers

The Carbon Fiber 2019 conference will be held Nov. 19-21 in Knoxville, Tenn., U.S.
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The Carbon Fiber 2019 conference, presented by CompositesWorld, is accepting papers to be presented at the event, which will take place Nov. 19-21, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Downtown in Knoxville, Tenn., U.S. Click here to submit your proposal.

The Carbon Fiber 2019 conference will provide an objective, comprehensive forum to discuss new developments for carbon fibers in emerging industrial markets, such as wind energy, marine and construction, as well as in traditional markets, such  as aerospace and sporting goods. Discussions will focus on methods for streamlining manufacturing costs in both industrial and aerospace applications, as well as the outlook for consumption in markets with significant potential for growth.

Read CW Editor-in-Chief Jeff Sloan’s reflections on Carbon Fiber 2018.

Last year’s event sponsors included Harper International (Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.), 4M Carbon Fiber (Knoxville, Tenn., U.S.), Cygnet Texkimp (Cheshire, U.K.), Hexcel (Stamford, Conn., U.S.), Izumi International Inc. (Greenville, S.C., U.S.), McCoy Machinery Co. (Monroe, N.C., U.S.), A&P Technology (Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.), Abaris Training (Reno, Nev., U.S.), ELG Carbon Fibre Ltd. (Coseley, U.K.) and Eisenmann Thermal Solutions (Bovenden, Germany).

Visit carbonfiberevent.com for more information.


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