ISS2 2018

CAMX Show Directory & Program The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

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SHOW daily CAM X 2018 6 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2018 / DALLAS, TEXAS 704 362 1922 DURABILITY IN THE BAG Premium Reusable Vacuum Bagging Materials • German Quality • Made-to-Order • Exceptional Service Check out this video! See us at CAMX – Booth M53 Nonwovens for surface finishing Technical Fibre Products (TFP) (Schenectady, NY, US) is emphasizing its nonwovens for composites surface finishing for industries including aerospace, automotive and sporting goods. The company's Optiveil range features an even fiber distribution that is said to provide a low-tack surface on the uncured parts and a high-quality surface finish after molding. The company also offers nano-func- tionalized nonwovens, metal-coated nonwovens, thermoplastic veils to increase fracture toughness and materials that provide effective integrated fire protection for composites. TFP's products are said to impart functionality such as EMI shielding, conduc- tivity and abrasion resistance, while also acting as effective adhesive carriers, resin flow media or galvanic corrosion barriers. Technical Fibre Products (TFP), Booth K57 Motorized digital test frames The L.S. Starrett Co. (Athol, MA, US) introduces its series of motorized digital test frames designed to perform a range of high-volume, in-situ, lean manufacturing force testing applications including tension, compression, flexural cyclic, shear and friction. The FMM digital force testers are part of the company's L1 line of entry-level, computer-based force measurement solutions. Optimized for production and quality control testing, the versatile, innovative architecture of the L1 system is designed for fast, easy-to-use, reliable and repeatable operation. The L.S. Starrett Co., Booth K24 Prius gets a lighter lift gate Mitsubishi is featuring a rear lift gate for the Toyota Prius made from 53% chopped carbon fiber/ vinyl ester STR 120N131 sheet molding compound (SMC), which reduces weight 40% vs. aluminum. Check it out in Booth X39.

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