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Formax to Showcase Technical Textiles Optimised for a Range of Processing Techniques at Composites Engineering 2014

04 November 2014

Formax will be showcasing a selection of samples from their range of technical textiles optimised to suit Resin Infusion, RTM, Prepregs, Injection moulding and Wet lay-up processing techniques.

According to the company, through continuous investment in R&D and new technologies, Formax’s glass and multiaxial fabrics claim to be stronger, lighter and more cost-effective for a variety of Automotive, Marine, Wind Energy and Industrial applications.

Product highlights include:

  • aFORM, a preformable carbon fabric designed for a Class A surface finish
  • reFORM, a recycled fabric produced from 100% carbon waste
  • An entirely new and exciting range of stitch style fabrics to improve drape, permeability and stability
  • An extensive selection of bespoke carbon and glass multiaxials

Formax will be exhibiting at stand C171 at the show.






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