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10/7/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: David H. Sutherland & Co.

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Distributor David H. Sutherland & Co. Inc. (Beaverton, OR, US) will debut a new product line for tooling.

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Distributor David H. Sutherland & Co. Inc. (Beaverton, OR, US) will debut a new product line for tooling. C270TW is a 900-gsm, 24k carbon twill weave fabric that is said to offer excellent machinability, good infusion capability and fast layer builds. Also features will be E 260 woven fiberglass, an 880-gsm twill weave E-Glass construction fabric that reportedly infuses well, builds quickly and is compatible with a variety of resin types.

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