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3TEX Releases New Products at Composites 2000 Show

04 October 2000

3TEX, Inc. a worldwide leader in developing next generation 3D fibers and composites, introduced several new ground breaking products at the Composites 2000 tradeshow. 3TEX unveiled new prototype thick carbon and thick fiberglass components that can be used in a wide variety of commercial uses. "We are very excited about these new products and we believe they will help drive our sales efforts in the next 6-12 months," said Brad Lienhart, 3TEX Chief Executive Officer. The new components were created to bolster the company's efforts to establish 3TEX as a major fiber & composites developer in four key market segments: Transportation, Marine, Industrial, and Defense. Through it's U.S. patented technology, 3TEX is developing materials six times stronger than steel and lighter than aluminum for the U.S. military, protective jackets for police forces, replacement parts for vehicles, stronger than steel sections for highway bridges, as well as a wide variety of other innovative products. "Our mission is to become the leading producer of next generation 3D fabrics and composites," said Dr. Alexander Bogdanovich Vice President of Research, Development, and European Operations. "Our new thick carbon and fiberglass components put us steps ahead of the competition in this specific market. With our ongoing product development and extensive R&D efforts, we are shaping the future development of advanced 3D reinforced composites." 3TEX is a world leader in designing, engineering, and developing "thick" industrial fabrics and "near net shape" composite preforms from its proprietary, high speed 3D orthogonal, multi-axial, circular weaving, braiding and weft knitting processes. 3TEX "world class" productive design and analysis technologies are helping customers define product performance and specifications for a full life cycle. 3TEX will continue to expand its technology platform to be the SINGLE SOURCE for industrial fabrics and composite preforms.





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