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5/4/2011

Autoclave-cure tooling prepreg

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Advanced Composites Group Ltd. has launched LTM202, an autoclave-cure tooling prepreg system that offers a thermal cycling capability up to 200°C/392°F.

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Advanced Composites Group Ltd. (ACG, Heanor, Derbyshire, U.K.) has launched LTM202, an autoclave-cure tooling prepreg system that offers a thermal cycling capability up to 200°C/392°F. It offers low-temperature initial curing starting at 45°C/113°F and is said to be easy to handle and cleaner, because it offers tack levels that reportedly are optimized to prevent transfer to gloves or knife blades. LTM202 is designed to complement ACG’s DForm tooling technology, launched two years ago.

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