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2/27/2018

JEC World 2018 preview: Infiana and Fraunhofer

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Specialty films manufacturer Infiana and the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM will jointly exhibit at JEC World 2018 in Paris March 6-8.

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Specialty films manufacturer Infiana and the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM will jointly exhibit at JEC World 2018 in Paris March 6-8, at the CFK Valley community booth (H5A / E58). 

In recent months, both partners have continued to intensively refine the FlexPLAS technology – which makes it possible to produce composite parts without liquid release agents – and developed new application options. Now Infiana and Fraunhofer IFAM are looking forward to presenting these ideas at JEC World 2018. 

JEC World visitors can also look forward to a joint presentation from Infiana and industry partner AkzoNobel on March 7th in Hall 6/Room 611 of the Conference Center. The presentation will be delivered as part of the JEC Conference session "Renewable Energies: Wind & Beyond." Under the heading “The New Generation of Blade Production,” both partners will demonstrate the advantages of their combined industry experience and report on application and process opportunities.

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