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8/19/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: JDBComposites

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JDBComposites (Greenville, SC, US) will launch for the first time its proprietary continuously fiber-reinforced thermoplastic high-impact ballistic panel called JDBSkin.

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JDBComposites (Greenville, SC, US) will launch for the first time its proprietary continuously fiber-reinforced thermoplastic high-impact ballistic panel called JDBSkin. Available in widths up to 48 inches, resin options include polypropylene and high-density polyethylene, both of which will be shown at CAMX. JDBComposites consolidates the tape plies into skin thicknesses ranging from 20-240 mil for industrial and consumer applications.

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