The demos will take place inside a large, enclosed staging area, providing attendees with a safe, yet clear view. Attendees will also learn about Aerovac, a newly rebranded line of vacuum bagging and process materials. As a part of Composites One, it’s easy to purchase and utilise the Aerovac process materials needed to ensure precision, quality, and efficiency in demanding manufacturing processes, the company said in a media statement.
Three marine demos showing a boat hull built three different ways, with vacuum infusion featuring Aerovac process materials, silicone bag moulding and light RTM will be displayed. Next item in the expo will include a marine light RTM production cell demo featuring a boat seat.
There will be two aerospace demos, one featuring prepreg processing on composite tooling and one featuring carbon fibre material to make a part for a UAV using vacuum infusion featuring Aerovac process materials. There will also be a wind energy demo featuring new product technology and Aerovac process materials for vacuum infusion, along with a complimentary demo featuring repair tips and tricks, according to Composites One.
There will be new technology demos featuring thermoplastic composites and traditional materials. A live Q&A Session will allow attendees to ask questions and seek on the spot suggestions.
“We’re very excited to be back. Presenting live demos at CAMX is a unique opportunity to help manufacturers find out about processes offering greater dependability allowing them to discover new ways to overcome the challenges they face and see new technologies that drive efficiency and save costs,” Marcy Offner, director of marketing communications, Composites One said in a statement.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)