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As Seen In CompositesWorld
CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: Wabash MPI and Carver Inc.
Wabash and Carver to highlight composite and advanced materials molding presses for manufacturing and laboratory applications at CAMX 2019.
JEC World 2019 preview: Wabash MPI and Carver
Wabash MPI and Carver Inc. (Wabash, Ind., U.S., 6/R51) are highlighting their lines of hydraulic and pneumatic presses for the composites industry.
Developing next-generation composites talent
The M.C. Gill Composites Center at the University of Southern California has steadily grown to become one of the industry’s educational and R&D stalwarts.
The building of a composites manufacturing niche
Equipped to meet vertical needs with rapid turnaround, Rock Hill, SC’s Composite Resources has found the sweet spot between prototypers and large composites manufacturers.
The long view for composites in long-haul trucks
Composite components on heavy trucks and trailers continue to grow, both in volume and in kind, but they won’t be carrying structural loads until the mid-2020s.
CAMX 2018 preview: Wabash
Wabash MPI and Carver Inc. are featuring their standard and custom presses to highlight their composite molding presses for manufacturing and laboratory applications.
Clear Carbon & Components: Bristol, RI, US
Breaking barriers in process and complexity, this agile manufacturer is gaining renown as a composites problem solver and champion of Class A cosmetic surfaces.
JEC World 2016 exhibition and product previews
JEC World 2016 will be held in Paris March 8-10. These are some of the products that will be found at the show.
JEC Composites 2009 showcase
Despite the doleful state of the global economy, the turnout in Paris — exhibitors and visitors — proved surprisingly strong.
SAMPE Europe/JEC Composites 2009 preview
SAMPE Europe’s 30th annual spring conclave and the nearby JEC Composites Show characterize the latest in material and process technologies.
Compression molding press technology adapts to meet new composite material processing requirements
Faster compression molding presses keep pace with new highly loaded, low-flow thermoplastics and thermosets.