27 February 2018
27 February 2018
RAMPF Tooling Solutions, RAMPF Composite Solutions and US subsidiary RAMPF Group Inc will exhibit at this year's JEC World.
RAMPF Tooling Solutions will exhibit the RAKU TOOL range of liquid, paste and board materials, which have been developed for the construction of models and moulds in the composites industry. The epoxy and polyurethane systems cover a wide temperature range and exhibit excellent physical and mechanical properties. The RAMPF team of experts provides customers across the globe with swift advice on choosing the most suitable materials and processing methods.
RAMPF Composite Solutions will focus on carbon fibre and glass fibre composites for the aviation and medical sectors. The company, based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, is showcasing its expertise in construction, structure analysis and manufacturing for optimising weight, rigidity, vibrations, materials, costs, environment, combustion, toxicity, timing and manufacturing feasibility of high-tech composite parts and components.
RAMPF Group Inc is a supplier of RAKU TOOL liquid, paste, and block materials, serving the NAFTA markets (United States, Mexico, Canada). For the composite manufacturing sector on these markets, RAMPF has developed the cyanate ester infusion system RAKU FST, which is used to manufacture secondary structures in passenger aircraft (e.g. interior parts, doors and cabins, and evacuation system components) and for seat covers and components in business jets. The low-viscosity infusion system boasts first-class mechanical properties and can be used for applications with FST (fire, smoke, and toxicity) requirements.
Visit RAMPF in Hall 6, Stand D50 at JEC World 2018.
Photo provided by RAMPF
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