07 March 2017
07 March 2017
RAMPF Tooling Solutions will feature the newest board, paste, and liquid materials for maximising the benefits of lightweight construction using composites, demonstrating its comprehensive capabilities for the design, engineering, and manufacture of cutting-edge composites parts.
According to RAMPF Tooling Solutions, it offers a high-performance and high-quality range of materials specifically designed for modelling and mould engineering in the composites industry. This includes epoxy and polyurethane systems and covers a wide range of temperatures.
RAMPF Composite Solutions explains it is a complete solution provider of innovative carbon fibre and fibreglass composites for the aerospace and medical industries based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. At JEC World 2017, the company will showcase its capabilities in engineering, structural analysis, and manufacturing to optimise the balance of weight, stiffness, vibration, materials, cost, environment, flammability, toxicity, schedule, and manufacturability of cutting-edge composite parts and assemblies.
“At RAMPF Composite Solutions, we work closely with our customers and partners to truly understand their challenges,” says CEO Gerry Kavanaugh. “As a one-stop solution provider, almost every aspect of value chain is done in-house. This increases the efficiency of the development and production process and, ultimately, lowers the cost and maximises the quality of the end product.”
Visit RAMPF Tooling Solutions and RAMPF Composite Solutions in Hall 6, Stand T36 at JEC World 2017, a joint stand with the state of Baden-Württemberg.
Photo provided by RAMPF
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