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Published: 11/7/2018

Video: Manufacturing the Future With Composites
CAMX 2018 showcased a video giving attendees a glimpse of the future through the eyes of the composites industry and illustrating the way advanced materials are being used to improve our lives.

Published: 11/5/2018

CAMX 2018 video review
CAMX 2018 offered a comprehensive glimpse of how materials and processing technologies are evolving for the global composites industry.

Published: 10/24/2018

CAMX Show Daily available for download
All three issues of the 2018 CAMX Show Daily are available to read online or for download.

Published: 10/23/2018

IBEX 2018: Growth, 3D printing and thermoplastic composites in the marine industry
Sustainability was the fourth trend, including recycling end-of-life fiberglass boats.

Published: 10/18/2018

Low-profile, high-performance manufacturer
 Advanced Composite Products & Technology Inc. provides innovative and cost-efficient composite solutions to some of the most difficult and demanding real world applications.

Published: 10/11/2018

Seemann Composites Inc. acquires Materials Sciences Corporation
Composites process innovator and materials engineering innovator formally combine forces.

Published: 9/17/2018

Continuous Fiber Manufacturing (CFM) with moi composites
Continuous fiber 3D printing using epoxy, vinylester and acrylic with continuous glass, carbon, basalt and other fibers, including deposition along nonlinear curves, is only the beginning.

Published: 9/4/2018

A fascinating inside look at a marine design – three decades ago
Fabricated by Gougeon Manufacturing in 1990, Incognito is a composite catamaran that’s still setting speed records and besting much newer craft.

Published: 6/29/2018

Generative design and continuous 3D fiber deposition
Generative design replicates nature’s evolutionary approach by combining artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud computing to provide thousands of solutions to one engineering problem.

Published: 5/30/2018

Ekoa TP, better than wood
Flax fiber/bio-thermoplastic composite provide look and feel of wood but higher properties, targeting $80 billion interiors market and, eventually, a wood replacement for construction.