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ISS2 2018

CAMX Show Directory & Program The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

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SHOW daily CAM X 2018 12 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2018 / DALLAS, TEXAS As a virtual job seeker you can... In Conjunction with: ■ View the full list of Job Postings online now! ■ Find open positions that match your interests and qualifications. ■ Submit your online job applications today. ■ See printed lists of jobs in the Exhibit Hall. Hosted Online by: Connecting Composites and Advanced Materials Companies with Qualified Professionals www.theCAMX.org/virtual-career-fair Online Now – October 31, 2018 +1 330 920-4410 info@scottbader-na.com scottbader.com Primerless adhesives Minimal surface preparation Excellent impact and fatigue performance Primerless MMA Structural Adhesives ® Range of working and fixture times BOOTH Q47 Visit us on IN-BOOTH DEMO Demo: Dry ice cleaning is fast, delicate and solvent-free Dry ice cleaning specialist Cold Jet (Loveland, OH, US) is conducting demos of mold and tool cleaning using the company's i 3 MicroClean system. Dry ice blasting is a non-abrasive cleaning method that provides a composite tool cleaning solution that is fast, delicate and does not use chemicals or solvents. Dry ice cleaning uses recycled CO 2 in the form of solid dry ice pellets that are accelerated by compressed air through high-velocity nozzles onto the surface being cleaned. Through the combination of the kinetic and thermal effects, the bond between the contaminant and the surface is broken, thus cleaning the substrate. The dry ice pellets sublimate (return to their gaseous state) upon contact and expand 800 times to flush the contaminant from the surface. Cold Jet says the i 3 MicroClean enables the cleaning of intricate cavities that other methods cannot reach and extends the life of equipment by eliminating the need for chemicals, wire brushes and abrasive pads. It also is said to allow for increased cycles between preventative maintenance, while reducing scrap. Tooling used for, but not limited to, compression molding, resin transfer molding, extrusion, prepregging and wet layup are all suitable applications for dry ice blast cleaning. Cold Jet, Booth P60 Resin transfer molding fabrication services offered Fiber Dynamics Inc. (Wichita, KS, US) is featuring its design and fabrication services for the manufacture of simple to complex out-of-auto- clave composites using the company's resin transfer molding (RTM) and lost core RTM processes. Fiber Dynamics is also prepared to discuss its one-shot integrated structure solutions, which is said to offer customers increased performance at a lower potential total cost. Fiber Dynamics is also executing an expansion project that will double its facility size from 35,000 ft 2 to 70,000 ft 2 in 2019. Fiber Dynamics Inc., Booth Y56 Composites materials distribution services expanded Composites material distributor Pacific Coast Composites (PCC, Puyallup, WA, US) is empha- sizing its new agreement to distribute products from Solvay Composite Materials (Alpharetta, GA, US). PCC is also prepared to discuss its expanded product line that now includes more than 6,000 products, like consumables, tooling materials and accessories. On display are film adhesives, prepreg materials, temperature monitors, honeycomb core and other products. Pacific Coast Composites, Booth H70

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