29 August 2019
COMPOSITES EUROPE, International Composites Conference and Lightweight Technologies Forum - these are three strong events that will be held from 10 to 12 September to highlight the potential of modern composite materials. These are the highlights.
21 August 2019
Stratasys, a global leader in additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology, will be demonstrating at COMPOSITES EUROPE how robust yet lightweight 3D-printed composite tools are used in a variety of industries. Stratasys will demonstrate the versatility of its FDM and PolyJet technologies throughout the entire product development process - from prototyping and tooling to finished production parts. Live at the booth, Stratasys will showcase its flagship solution for the composite industry, the Fortus 380 Carbon Fiber 3D printer and a number of customer examples.
16 August 2019
On the basis of a CFRP component, visitors to the fair can see a complete machining process - from CAD/CAM to milling and quality evaluation. The exchange of process data during milling and quality assurance data makes it possible to intervene in the machining process in the event of deviations from specified production, quality or threshold values.
09 August 2019
Hardly any sport today can do without equipment made of high-tech materials with fibre reinforcement. New developments are mostly based on high-performance or professional sports. At ever shorter intervals, professional sports equipment is then also available in larger quantities to recreational athletes in mass sports.
11 July 2019
COMPOSITES EUROPE from 10 to 12 September will present the trends and advances in the production and processing of fibre-reinforced plastics in Stuttgart. Trade fair visitors will meet with over 300 exhibitors from 30 nations who will be displaying materials, technical solutions and innovative application examples.
26 June 2019
Lightweight Technologies Forum 2019: Digital process chain secures the future of lightweight construction
Whenever there’s movement, mass and weight quickly become destroyers of energy. From 10 to 12 September, the Lightweight Technologies Forum (LTF) at COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart will show how lightweight construction contributes to more efficient and better cars, airplanes and machines.
31 May 2019
From material requirements in “New Mobility” and in the construction sector to progress in the large-scale production of composites components to new markets: the...