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8/20/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Globe Machine Manufacturing

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Globe Machine Manufacturing Co. (Tacoma, WA, US) will showcase ongoing advances in effectively accelerating and automating composite parts manufacturing.

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Globe Machine Manufacturing Co. (Tacoma, WA, US) will showcase ongoing advances in effectively accelerating and automating composite parts manufacturing. Using almost 100 years of custom machinery design-build experience, Globe offers customer-focused solutions to production efficiency, cost-control and material-handling problems. RapidClave curing systems from Globe allow parts-makers to attain autoclave-quality thermoset resin cures in minutes instead of hours. New concepts in unidirectional thermoplastic composite tape layup, and processing of tailored blanks, offer successful 1-minute part cycle times for automotive part workcells.

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