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10/6/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Sunstrand

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Natural fibers supplier Sunstrand (Louisville, Ky.) is emphasizing its entire fiber line, design for applications in automotive, sporting goods, building materials, consumer products and marine.

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Natural fibers supplier Sunstrand (Louisville, Ky.) is emphasizing its entire fiber line, designed for applications in automotive, sporting goods, building materials, consumer products and marine. The company will display examples of its bamboo fibers. Sunstrand CEO and founder Dr. Trey Riddle will also give two talks on the subject of natural fibers.

"Effects of Natural Fiber Morphology on Composite Properties" will be given on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 10 a.m. "Engineering Composite Applications With Natural Riber Reinforcements" will begiven on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 11 a.m. 

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