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6/1/2015

Webinar: Benzoxazine resins for composite tooling

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Two free webinars, one for the Americas and the other for Europe, will review the benefits and application of benzoxazine resins in composite tooling fabrication.

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CompositesWorld is presenting two free Henkel-sponsored webinars entitled, "Benzoxazine resins bring benefits to composite tooling." The first webinar, for the Americas, will be held on Wednesday, June 24 at 2 p.m. ET. The second webinar, for Europe, will be held on Monday, June 29 at 2 p.m. Central European Time. 

Abstract: Composite tooling is well established for the manufacture of high-performance composite components. Benzoxazine matrix composites show benefits over established composite tooling solutions for high-temperature tooling applications. Benzoxazines can be stored at room temperature and have long shop life. Lay-up is improved through good tack and drape, and the cure cycles are significantly shorter than those of other high-temperature tooling materials. Benzoxazines have lower cure shrinkage which results in much improve dimensional stability. Tools manufactured form benzoxazine resins can be readily machined to high surface quality and retain vacuum integrity after hundreds of cure cycles. A range of benzoxazine tooling composites is commercially available. Primary topics of the webinar include:

  • Use of composite tooling
  • Benefits of benzoxazine composites in tooling applications
  • Typical applications of benzoxazine tooling

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