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3/26/2018

VELOX, c-m-p develop hot-melt, solvent-free prepreg technology

Originally titled 'PREPREG MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Hot-melt, solvent-free prepreg technology'
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VELOX GmbH has partnered c-m-p GmbH to develop a new hot-melt, solvent-free prepreg impregnation technology targeted toward automotive and sports equipment applications using autoclave or out-of-autoclave (OOA) processes, including compression molding.

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VELOX GmbH (Hamburg, Germany) has partnered with c-m-p GmbH (Heinsberg, Germany) to develop a new hot-melt, solvent-free prepreg impregnation technology targeted toward automotive and sports equipment applications using autoclave or out-of-autoclave (OOA) processes, including compression molding. The prepreg is available with glass, aramid or carbon fibers in all reinforcement formats, including unidirectional and woven. The resins can be colored and tack is adjustable.

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