NETZSCH and KISTLER, two family owned companies, offer the most advanced process package for reactive injection molding targeting zero waste production while at the same time a maximum in efficiency with an increased throughput is enabled.
BLACKS Composites SRL and NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing made the next milestone in its already proven Partnership: Improving the curing of a CFRP bike rim with a simultaneous drastic reduction of the cycle time during cross-linkage. The bike rim was processed through hand lay-up technology and a subsequent autoclave curing. Saving cycle time with a better curing is not possible? It is! Based on the data of a differential scanning calorimeter and the simulation software Kinetics Neo, the cycle time was reduced by 46% compared to the cure cycle suggested by the material data sheet. Additionally, a higher degree of cure could be achieved to meet the target curing and avoiding overheating effects of the product.
Kistler, the global market leader in dynamic pressure, force, torque and acceleration measurement technology, will share a stand with the NETZSCH Group at JEC World 2019 from 12 to 14 March in Paris. Visitors to stand R20 in hall 6 can see how technologies from the two companies complement each other ideally in plastic composites processing. Both product portfolios will be showcased, and a simulation will show how the combination of information from mold filling and characteristic material values represents a major step towards intelligent part production.
NETZSCH Analyzing&Testing Supports the 11th Asian-Australasian Conference on Composite Materials in Cairns for the Scientific Promotion of Young Scientists.
By reason of the high material costs, process automation in composites manufacturing is one of the core themes of the fourth industrial revolution.