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CDI Establishes Prepreg Technology Hub in China

  • Tuesday, 11th December 2012
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CDI (Century Design Inc.) has created a hub of technical activity within the progressive Chinese market.

Thanks to the installation of a CD6015 Combi machine at ATA Carbon Fibre Tech’s facility in Guangzhou, China, CDI is currently supporting a number of large Chinese carbon manufacturers in the development of their prepreg technologies. With full training and technical support provided on the demonstration machine, customers are able to produce high specification, carbon uni-directional prepreg materials.

Since the CD6015’s arrival, CDI says there has been considerable interest in its services and a significant number of companies have trialled the equipment to date. Keith McConnell, President of CDI, remarks, “There is so much growth potential in this region and we are excited to be at the forefront of in-house prepreg development in China. CDI offers proven technology, coupled with outstanding technical expertise, and as a result we are experiencing a very high level of interest in our services”.

According to CDI, the CD6015 Combi machine allows customers to:

  • Experience the quality, wide processing range and ease of operation of CDI machines,
  • Gain knowledge in resin filming and prepreg processing,
  • Determine the best processing methods for individual resins and fibers,
  • Evaluate the benefits of a fully automated Prepreg machine.

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