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8/19/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Abaris Training Resources

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Abaris Training Resources Inc. (Reno, NV, US) will showcase its updated engineering, manufacturing and repair courses at CAMX, covering the latest in advanced composite technologies.

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Abaris Training Resources Inc. (Reno, NV, US) will showcase its updated engineering, manufacturing and repair courses at CAMX, covering the latest in advanced composite technologies. In addition, Abaris is now offering carbon fiber automotive structural repair training at its Reno facility, with two intensive courses designed to meet the specific to the needs of the emerging composite automotive industry. Also at CAMX, Abaris’ senior engineering instructor, Dr. Rikard Heslehurst, will give a pre-conference tutorial on Monday, Oct. 26, titled "Composite Structures Joint Design Technology." Lou Dorworth, Abaris eirect services manager, also will participate in the Workforce Development & Technologies session panel on training, life–long learning and the next-generation work force.

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