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2nd July 2019, Berkhamsted

3D printing gains momentum in composites

The event will look at developments in additive manufacturing. © Composites UK

The event will look at developments in additive manufacturing. © Composites UK

The Composites UK event called Additive Manufacturing for Composites is looking for speakers and demonstrations/workshops for this first in series event. The abstracts of no more than 200 words can be submitted before 19 July 2019.

The event will look at developments in additive manufacturing, and how these translate into production opportunities for composites manufacturers wishing to embrace digital workflows.

The use of additive manufacturing – or 3D printing – is gaining momentum within the composites industry, whether aiding design, prototypes, tooling, mandrels, mass-customisation, direct and in-direct production, jigging and fixtures.

Sectors including aerospace, defence and automotive are implementing this suite of technologies to enable agile development, low volume production and on-demand delivery.

The event will take place on 17 September 2019 at the iMet, Huntingdon. Specifically structured for those who need to deploy proven solutions for real-world problems, this event will combine presentations and demonstrations giving new insights into the future of high value composites using 3D printing.

www.compositesuk.co.uk

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