Lean Mean Process Machine Live at CAMX

20 September 2016

Lean Mean Process Machine Live at CAMX

Composites One, along with the Closed Mould Alliance and more than 20 industry partners, will present more than 15 closed mould and advanced process demonstrations in a massive enclosed staging area, live at Booth P22 during CAMX 2016 in Anaheim, California, US, 27-29 September 2016.

The demo is an annual event designed to educate manufacturers about processes and technologies that can help them produce better parts. Presented at major industry events for over a decade, Composites One’s demos have ranged from building an entire sailboat, to making smaller parts nonstop.

“We’re calling this year’s program the ‘demo of all demos’ because it goes beyond previous events,” said Composites One Director of Marketing Communications, Marcy Offner.  “Not only will manufacturers see us use closed mould and advanced processes to build or repair real-world parts, but they’ll see the latest in innovative products. They will also gain valuable knowledge of the featured processes, helping them determine what might be best for their own operation.”

On the agenda are market segment-focused process demos and a new technology presentation, including:

  • Marine – Building a boat console through Light RTM (best cosmetics)

  • Transportation – Using SMC and compression moulding to build an automotive part (fast turnaround)

  • Aerospace – Two demos: Making a UAV wing structure through Vacuum Infusion (low cost, light weight, damage tolerance) and using a RTM heated mould to build interior aircraft panels (flame retardant resin)

  • Consumer Recreation – Producing skateboards through Silicone Bag Moulding (damage tolerance)

  • Corrosion – Building eight-inch pipe flanges in a Light RTM production cell (durability, heat-resistance)

  • Infrastructure – Repairing a structure in the field using composites (repair, seismic protection)

  • Architecture – Using Silicone Bag Moulding to build wooden benches (ideal for inlays and textures)

  • New Tooling Technology – Preparing a CNC plug mould with GURU tooling material (advanced tooling)

Demos will be repeated at CAMX on Tuesday and Wednesday, providing more than one opportunity for attendees to see what interests them. Thursday will be an Open House for live Q&A with the technical teams. Many demos will feature systems from Magnum Venus Products (MVP) and tooling from RTM North. With Composites One, both MVP and RTM North are founding members of the Closed Mould Alliance – a resource dedicated to helping manufacturers successfully convert to closed mould and advanced processes.

“The Lean Mean Process Machine’s Demo of All Demos would not be possible without the expertise and support of our supplier partners,” said Offner. They include 3A Composites, Airtech Advanced Materials Group, AOC, Arrowhead Plastic Engineering, Ashland, Chem-Trend, Chomarat, GURU Tooling from Soul Composites, Huntsman, Lantor, Magnum Venus Products, Owens Corning, Polynt Composites USA, Polytek Development Corporation, RTM North, SikaAxson, SWORL (a division of Prairie Technology Group), United Initiators, Vectorply, Wabash Carver­­­, and Composites World.

For demo times and more information, please visit Composites One booth R20 during CAMX 2016 visit or call 800-621-8003.


Photo provided by Composites One

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