ISS3 2018

CAMX Show Directory & Program The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

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SHOWdaily CAMX 2018 12 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2018 / DALLAS, TEXAS CAMX 2019 SAVE THE DATE CONFERENCE Sept. 23-26, 2019 EXHIBITION Sept. 24-26, 2019 CAMX Returns to the Anaheim, California WEST COAST +1 330 920-4410 Urethane Acrylate Structural Adhesives ® High performance urethane acrylate structural adhesives for the marine industry Lloyds and DNV approved Excellent impact and fatigue performance BOOTH Q47 Visit us on NEW TECHNOLOGY Filament winding systems boast versatility, customization Engineering Technology Corp. (Entec, Salt Lake City, UT, US) is featuring its new line of standard filament winding systems, ranging from small tabletop models to premium production machines. The smallest winder, SS, is a low-cost machine designed for use in laboratories, universities and light production facilities. Mid-range winders, SM, feature sturdy, modular construction for full-scale production and support a range of options including additional axes and spindles. The largest winder, SL, is designed for heavy industry and aerospace and supports mandrels up to 2m diameter and 15m long. Rounding out the catalog, the fastest winder, CXG, is a multi-spindle machine specifically geared toward pressure vessels and the high-output demands of automotive manufac- turers. Entec also is emphasizing its custom equipment and process solutions. These systems range from filament winders to tape wrappers and fiber placement machines. Entec is a certified FANUC integrator and develops robotic solutions and process integration that support increased process flow and quality control standards in the industry. Engineering Technology Corp., Booth F74 Software predicts distortion and performance of 3D parts MSC Software Corp. (Newport Beach, CA, US) is featuring e-Xstream engineering's Digimat Additive Manufacturing solution, designed to reduce the time required to develop new parts and materials for additive manufacturing by predicting the final distorted shape of the part and the part performance based on the process-induced microstructure. This technology applies multi-scale thermo-mechanical models to simulate the 3D printing process. The numerical simulation enables engineers to predict residual stresses and distortion and optimize process settings by evaluating their effect on part warpage. Digimat further enables product designers to validate their design by predicting the printed part performance (stiffness, strength, etc.) as a function of the material and the printing process parameters, such as toolpath or build direction. MSC Software Corp., Booth H88

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