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Formax Showcases Portfolio Of Multiaxial Reinforcements at the Composites Engineering Show 2015

27 October 2015

Formax will be showcasing a selection of their optimised multiaxial fabrics for the automotive, aerospace, marine, sports and industrial markets Advanced Engineering Show 2015 taking place on 4 – 5th November at The NEC, Birmingham, UK.

According to Formax, samples on display will include +/-45 biaxial fabrics made from intermediate modulus carbon fibre for motorsports and sporting goods applications, and carbon fibre multiaxials specifically optimised for the resin infusion process. 

The company says it will also be highlighting the capabilities on its recently opened Innovation Centre, where current areas of focus include fabric permeability testing, process simulation, automation of composites manufacture, and recycling.

At the exhibition FORMAX will also display:

  • aFORM, a range of +/-45 fabrics in weights of 150-300 g/m2 and optimised for a Class A surface finish
  • lightweight unidirectionals (UDs)
  • laminated veils for a Class A finish
  • lightweight 0/90 fabrics
  • balanced biaxials in weights from 200 g/m2
  • heavyweight glass multiaxials for infusion processes
  • +/-22 biaxials

FORMAX will be exhibiting at The Advanced Engineering Show, Stand D120.





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