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NetComposites Launch Next Video Training Module 'Polymer Composite Matrices'

08 July 2014

NetComposites is pleased to announce the launch of another in their series of video training modules, “Polymer Composite Matrices”, available to view through Vimeo On-Demand.

The module gives details on matrix materials along with some basic polymer science. It aims to provide the viewer with an understanding of what “polymers” actually are, what makes them different from other materials, the differences between thermoplastics and thermosets and which types are found in common applications.

James Taylor, Training and Communications Specialist, commented “NetComposites are delighted to be offering relevant and comprehensive training in this new format. Our online training modules are an exciting addition to our training capabilities.”

“By providing these online modules alongside our more traditional classroom-based courses, we continue to recognise that there is demand for skilled and well-informed staff within the composites industry,  and consistently strive to provide the information and skills required.”

NetComposites will add more training modules through Vimeo On-Demand, building up a comprehensive course library.

The training modules are available at www.netcomposites.com/training

For more information, please contact james.taylor@netcomposites.com.






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