A New Milestone in Composite Manufacturing

A New Milestone in Composite Manufacturing

The collaboration with many different companies and institutes reached a new climax this week. With its collaboration partners, NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing has organized the second composites seminar in Spain.

The collaboration with many different companies and institutes reached a new climax last week. With its collaboration partners, NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing has organized a series of seminars in Spain. The seminars aim to share insights into the application of thermal analysis in polymer and polymer-based composites industries in order to design efficient and safe manufacturing processes.

The first seminar took place in May at the location of TECNALIA Research & Innovation and was followed by last week’s seminar at the Center of Excellence in Composites FIDAMC in Getafe, which mainly serves the Spanish aeronautical industry (Airbus Group, Aernnova, Aciturri, Alestis, Idec), and also to other industrial sectors (automotive, wind power, railway).

A week before the seminar started, all 57 seats were taken by participants that focus on industry applications like AIRBUS, ZIUR, KISTLER, AIMPLAS, TECNALIA, EURECAT and AIMEN.

The conference organized by NETZSCH Analyzing&Testing together with its collaboration partners FIDAMC, AEMAC and EURECAT was opened by Mr. Jacinto Tortosa Lozano (Director of AEMAC and General Manager of FIDAMC) introducing that the conference is about the future challenges of composite manufacturing and solutions presented by NETZSCH, KISTLER, FIDAMC, EURECAT including the topics of

  • process simulation with KineticsNeo,
  • in-situ monitorizing of processes with dielectric and pressure sensors,
  • sensor-based consolidation monitoring during fiber placement.

After the conference everyone had the chance to visit the impressive facility of FIDAMC.

“We are looking forward to setting the next milestones in composite manufacturing together!”

– Dr. Alexander Chaloupka, Business Field Manager Composites, NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing

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