JEC Group have brought together the international community of composites leaders and executives in our Composites Circle as an unique networking opportunity to meet with both peers and future partners.
NetComposites will be hosting presentations outlining their latest innovations and commercialisations in naturally derived resins and fibres, nano-additives for composites, self-reinforced plastics, and recycled carbon fibre composites from their stand, number C19, at JEC Paris from the 27th – 29th March 2012.
NetComposites develop and commercialise new technologies designed to make the composites industry even more competitive and environmentally responsible. NetComposites, and their sister company Composites Evolution, will host two 10-15 minute presentations each day of the exhibition at 11:00 and 15:00 on stand C19. The programme is as follows:
Biotex High Performance Flax Reinforcements and Biocomposite Intermediates
Dr. Brendon Weager, Managing Director, Composites Evolution
Tuesday 27th March, 11:00
Fire-Resistant Nano-Filled Polyester Resins: Processing and Up-Scaling
Dr. Joe Carruthers, Operations Director, NetComposites
Tuesday 27th March, 15:00
Manufacturing Natural Fibre Reinforced Composites: Process Control and Properties
Dr. Anthony Stevenson, Project Manager, NetComposites
Wednesday 28th March, 11:00
Development of Aligned Reinforcements from Recovered Carbon Fibre Waste
Wednesday 28th March, 15:00
Biocomposites for Architectural Applications
Edwin Stokes, Project Manager, NetComposites
Thursday 29th March, 11:00
Thermoplastic Composites – New Alternatives
Dr. Clara Frias, Development Engineer, NetComposites
Thursday 29th March, 15:00,
NetComposites was created at the end of 2000 with the specific objective of developing and exploiting new composite materials technologies. The company is active in applied research, development and consultancy, and also has a strong presence in web-based information, all in the field of composite materials. NetComposites is also well-known for its insight into emerging technologies in composites.
The company has manufacturing and prototyping capability to cater for almost all fibres, resins and composite materials, with a history of successfully developing demonstrator parts using new technologies. The company is experienced in developing successful, commercially exploitable outcomes from research projects.
More information: www.netcomposites.com