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Anaglyph Releases Its Innovative Plymatch System

30 October 2007

Recently developed by Anaglyph, the award-winning PlyMatch visual aid system for accurate hand-layup ply placement is now commercially available.

Fully mobile and easy to use, it helps the operator accurately position or trim composite plies during hand-layup manufacture. The system can work with direct CAD file input, or together with Anaglyph's Laminate Tools software for enhanced functionality. It is mostly suitable in the manufacture of small to medium sized parts, in applications such as motorsport and aerospace.

Anaglyph will be exhibiting the PlyMatch system at the Composites Europe show in Stuttgart, Germany.





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