27 February 2018
27 February 2018
Haydale will be demonstrating real-life applications of its lightweight graphene enhanced prepregs at JEC World.
Graphene enhanced prepreg offers significant weight reduction and improved structural performance. This is expected to be of considerable interest to the automotive, sports and leisure and tooling industries.
On display will be:
Visitors are also invited to see Haydale’s latest advancements in graphene enhanced 3D filament and pellets aimed at improving the speed, strength, quality and accuracy of 3D printed products.
Haydale brings together cutting-edge technology with engineering know-how to enhance the performance of products and materials thus delivering business value for customers. The goal is to creature the next generation of new materials to deliver benefits across a multitude of industries.
Visit Haydale in Hall 6, Stand S64 at JEC World 2018.
Photo provided by Haydale
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