22 October 2013
22 October 2013
At the Composites Engineering Show 2013 taking place on 12 – 13 November at the NEC, Birmingham, NetComposites will be offering its initial advice and signposting service, “Ask the Expert”, for a second year with the new addition of a training event – ‘An Introduction to Composites and their Processing’ - running in parallel on 12 November, also at the NEC.
The ‘Ask the Expert’ session will take place over the two days of the exhibition from NetComposites’ stand D130, and will cover topics, which include the following.
Tuesday 12th November, 2013
Wednesday 13th November, 2013
Should your requirement fall outside of these topics or the allotted times are not suitable, please call them on +44 (0)1246 266244 to arrange another time.
The company will also be running a new training session during the event – ‘An Introduction to Composites and their Processing’, which is specifically designed for individuals from companies who want to move into the composites arena, or are just starting out. Split into two, half-day sessions on Tuesday 12th November, delegates can attend one, or both of the sittings depending upon their requirements. The event will cover the following subjects.
Session One – Tuesday 12th November (10am – 1pm)
Session Two – Tuesday 12th November (2pm – 5pm)
The training event takes place within the NEC so is in a convenient location for attendees of the Composites Engineering Show. Potential delegates can find out more information on the event website – www.compositesengineeringconference.com.
A 3D-permeability measurement bench that provides accurate data and fast processing of samples has been added to a stable of high-performing equipment at the AMRC Composite Centre thanks to the support of funding from the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI).
The combination of MSP’s NC-Checker and NC-PerfectPart software with Renishaw’s leading probing technology, is delivering significant cost and time savings for Quickstep Technologies’ composite manufacturing processes.
Established in 2003, MB Spritzgusstechnik in Marktoberdorf, Bayern, Germany is an owner-managed company. MB develops and produces technically sophisticated injection moulded parts from almost all common thermoplastics and recycled materials.