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3ITech Moulding by Induction Technology

18 September 2009

RocTool’s latest Integrated Internal Induction Technology, 3iTech, is to be premiered at this year’s Innovative Molding Technologies Update.

“The main purpose of IMTU is to introduce a new moulding technology developed by RocTool to composite and plastic experts. This new process will complement what the Cage System already offers to manufacturers from different industries, especially companies that are interested in moulding carbon fibre reinforced products,” says Mathieu Boulanger, Business Development Manager at RocTool.

Live demonstrations of the 3iTech process, which uses the Cage System, are set to take place, demonstrating potential applications of RocTool’s new moulding by induction system.

“The event is also a good way for companies to see live demonstrations of our other induction technologies and attend presentations given by our customers who have successfully used RocTool moulding equipment in a variety of applications,” added Boulanger.

IMTU 3 will take place on 27th October at Savoie Technolac in Le Bourget du Lac. To view the program itinerary, please click here.





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