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Adapa and ElectroHeat have entered a cooperation for adaptive molds and heating solutions

Thermoforming composites and thermoplastics into curved designs on a reconfigurable adaptive mold is a manufacturing process that reduce the use of one-off molds and reduce the use of resin.

The benefits hereof are reduced waste created by one-off molds, reduced weight on the composite product and lower manufacturing cost.

The cooperation has sprung out of the manufacturer need for an off-the-selves solution, where the curing oven and the reusable adaptive mold are designed to fit standard panel sizes from composite material suppliers.

Adapa has initiated a cooperation with ElectroHeat as they have extensive experience in supplying ovens and furnaces to a broard variety of industries like aerospace, automotive, shipyards and manufacturing industry all over the world.

ElectroHeats industrial ovens are used for a variety of heating processes such as drying, curing and hardening. This fits well to the use of our adaptive molds in various industries and manufacturing processes.

Adapa and ElectroHeat have entered a cooperation for adaptive molds and heating solutions

Companies: Adapa

Terms: Business, News Worldwide

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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