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7/25/2019

CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: Design Concepts

Originally titled 'Closed mold applications'
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Design Concepts is emphasizing its closed mold applications for both tooling and manufacturing in the entertainment, simulation, aerospace and wind energy markets.

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CAMX 2019 Design Concepts light resin transfer molding

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Design Concepts (Sarasota, Fla., U.S.) is emphasizing its closed mold applications for both tooling and private label manufacturing in the entertainment, simulation, aerospace and wind energy markets.

The company’s light resin transfer mold (LRTM) technology is said to accommodate applications requiring attributes such as surface profile, part weight or production ergonomics. In addition, the company will be promoting its vacuum-bagged, infused part capabilities. Booth M11.

CAMX 2019 Exhibitor

Design Concepts

Exhibit Hall, Booth M11

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