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8/1/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Sanders Composites Inc.

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Sanders Composites Inc. (San Diego, CA, US) an operating business of the Integrated Polymer Solutions Group, is featuring its vertically integrated composites manufacturing capabilities.

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Sanders Composites Inc. (San Diego, CA, US) an operating business of the Integrated Polymer Solutions Group, is featuring its vertically integrated composites manufacturing capabilities. This build-to-print fabricator serves the space, UAV and aerospace markets. Resources and capabilities are in place for the manufacture of composite structures from carbon and glass fiber, bismaleimide (BMI), phenolic, epoxy and silicone rubber. Sanders also emphasizes efficiency and cost-effectiveness combined with innovative, consultative problem-solving.

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