Rockwood Composites Promotes Moulding Capabilities at Advanced Engineering 2018

23 October 2018

Rockwood Composites designs and manufactures composite components using compression and bladder moulding.

Recently the company has been using these out-of-autoclave processes to manufacture luxury composite parts for aircraft interiors and also components in projects which produce the hottest (100 million°C) and coldest (4 degrees above absolute zero) places in the solar system!

Rockwood will be showcasing its expertise with live demonstrations throughout the show. Visitors will be able to take away a couple of very simple applications – coasters and bottle openers made of prepreg materials.

The company works in all advanced engineering sectors including aerospace, automotive, defence, medical and nuclear.

Rockwood will exhibit on Stand P95 at Advanced Engineering 2018 on 31 October-1 November in Birmingham, UK.

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