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ISS4 2017

CAMX Show Directory & Program The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2017 / ORLANDO, FLORIDA CAM X 2017 12 SHOWDAILY NEW TECHNOLOGY www.theCAMX.org CALL FOR ABSTRACTS CONFERENCE Oct. 15-18, 2018 EXHIBITION Oct.16-18, 2018 DALLAS, TX 2018 High-quality technical papers and educational sessions featuring new research and applications are now being accepted for CAMX 2018. Submit a 250-word abstract detailing the proposed paper/presentation by March 1, 2018. Visit www.theCAMX.org/call-for-abstracts for complete presenter information. ACMA Christie McCabe cmccabe@acmanet.org 703.682.1674 SAMPE Briana Condon briana@sampe.org 626.521.9454 Resin Infusion-Based Repair Kit Design, Manufacturing and Testing Services Metering, Mixing and Dispensing Technology Myers Mixers (Bell, California) is featuring information on its mixing and dispersing equipment for many processes, ranging from simple blending to complex compounding. Myers Mixers offers a complete line of custom, vertical-shaft mixing equipment and also offers consultation services designed to guide customers toward mixing process optimization. Myers Mixers , Booth Q54 Engineering design, manufacturing and testing firm Materials Sciences Corp. (MSC, Horsham, Pennsylvania) is exhibiting the following technologies and products in Booth Q67: • Methodologies and tools for characteriza- tion, design and analysis of advanced fiber-reinforced composite materials and structures. • Progressive damage models for fiber- reinforced composites. • Low-cost manufacturing methods (compression and injection molding) for high-strength composites. • Design optimization for additive manufacturing. • Multifunctional materials. • Specialty textiles, with emphasis on its novel Countervail vibration-canceling technology. Materials Sciences Corp., Booth Q67 NONA Composites LLC (Dayton, Ohio) is releasing its newest product line, the NONA Infusion Repair Kit, which is designed to provide everything needed for a fast, permanent, no-mess repair of composite parts. Recent work for NASA by NONA Composites and the University of Dayton Research Institute demonstrated repairs with higher quality and 50% better performance, using infusion, compared to an industry benchmark wet-layup material and process. In addition, NONA Composites has packaged the infusion technology into a kit that is said to help increase quality and decrease repair time. Current versions of the repair kit include carbon fiber or glass fiber reinforcement with epoxy resins that cure at either room temperature or elevated temperature. This technology and kit are designed for use in aerospace, marine, wind, automotive and industrial applications. In its booth, NONA Composites is holding a repair challenge to see who can vacuum bag a composite repair the fastest using the company's repair kit materials. The person with the fastest time wins a free repair kit. NONA Composites LLC, Booth T11.

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