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Composites Europe 2018 is waiting visitors with a new format in Stuttgart

Composites Europe 2018 is waiting visitors with a new format in Stuttgart

Technologies in live interactions will be showcased with a new «Process live» format that is part of Composites Europe to be held in Stuttgart, November 6-8.

Processing and manufacturing processes for fiber-reinforced plastics will become the focus of the largest composite materials and technologies trade show in Europe.

Using the new «Process live» format, the specialists will be able to showcase their technologies “in live”, giving insight into processes and competitive advantages.

By the way, competitors will be nearby because this format is organized in accordance with the technologies presented. Different companies will showcase their technological solutions and the visitors can compare their approaches.

Technological advances in the process chain are among the current drivers pushing the development of efficient lightweight construction solutions and their implementation in high-volume production.

Composite Europe will show all the manufacturing processes used to make fibre-reinforced plastics, from raw materials to processing methods to lightweight construction innovations in automotive engineering, aerospace, boatbuilding, wind energy and construction.

Visitors will meet more than 400 exhibitors from 30 countries in Stuttgart, who’ll put on display state-of-the-art technology and the potential of composites –and not just in the exhibition space but also in the numerous event areas, lecture forums, themed guided tours and workshops

While we are waiting for this event, let’s recall how basalt fiber was presented at Composite Europe 2017.

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