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Solvay at JEC
Composite materials specialist Solvay plans to present a range of its materials at JEC World 2017, taking place in Paris from 14–16 March.
This includes thermoset and thermoplastic composites, structural foams, adhesives and surfacing, composite matrix films, impact modifiers, tooling, and vacuum bagging consumables.
In particular, Solvay will be showcasing its range of carbon fiber reinforced plastic blanks for high volume automotive body panel closures such as bonnets, wings and doors, TegraCore PPSU foams used as a structural foam core for aircraft cabin and cargo interiors, liquid resin infusion technology for aerospace primary structure applications such as wing boxes and Ajedium films and laminates manufactured from a range of engineering, aromatic and fluorine-based polymers. Solvay has also been recognised with a JEC Innovation Award in the Software category along with e-Xstream engineering, for their Digimat Additive Manufacturing technology.
During the JEC World conference program, Marc Doyle, senior vice president research & innovation for Solvay Composite Materials will present on Thermoplastics – Multimaterial Solutions on Tuesday, 14 March. Doyle will also speak at the SAMPE Summit 17 Paris on Monday, 13 March.
This story is reprinted from material from Solvay, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.
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