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Thursday, June 3 • 10:30 - 12:30
TRAIL 1: Additive Manufacturing, Testing & More

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Departure of the tour: Hall 6 Entrance (in front of the Startup Booster booth) - 10.30am

10.35am-10.45am: L&L Products - H6 R27
Rapid Manufacturing of Foam Core Composites

Creating aesthetically appealing, highly structural, lightweight, curved or 3-dimensional foam core composites for a variety of industries is both time-consuming and labor-intensive.  L&L Products' foaming core technology and utilizing an induction heated tool, foam core structural parts can be manufactured in a one-step process resulting in a short cycle time

10.50am-11.00am: M&A Dieterle GmbH - H6 P28
Flexible Production of Prepreg Preform

We show that laying an individual preform with the Crosslayer machine is very simple. The prepreg tape orientation, number of layers, length of patch can be modified to produce near net shape preforms. Users can easily automate preform production. With less waste. Reduced Cost. The machine can be changed for dry fiber placement by a simple laying head change. Machine investment is manageable. 

11.05am-11.15am: SWORL Reusable Vacuum Foils - H6 P32
A low cost 2K Spray Silicone Dispenser designed for producing reusable membranes for Aerospace or Industrial markets

The SSM-3 is the lowest cost, lightest weight; 10:1 fixed ratio, 2K silicone spray-extrusion dispenser available worldwide. Specs; weight 19kg; measuring 46cm X 38cm 13cm. having a build rate of 1sq meter / 15 minutes @ 3mm @ 60psi-Air-only. Customers comment’ “right out of the box, the machine worked perfectly”.   

11.20am-11.30am: Maschinenfabrik Herbert Meyer GmbH - H6 S72
Scattering at its best

Description of technical details of scattering units. Advantages of powder scattering
compared to adhesive films and webs. Explanation of all relevant setups
and parameters to get an even and precise scattering result. All options for the
perfect process. Perfect solutions for the process after the scattering unit.

11.35am-11.45pm: Instron - H6 N91
Reliability: how long will composite material last?

Uncover how an impact test can screens composite materials damage resistance or can inflicts damage for deeper analysis.

11.50am-12pm: Automation Hub - H6 D85
Automation Hub - Presentation and machines demonstration

Coordinated by TUM and xC Consultants, with participating companies Bavarian Lightweight Components, Compositence, Edixia Automation, and Forward Engineering, the AUTOMATION HUB, located in Hall 6, will present its technologies and its approach to collaboration, highlighting the Fibre Placement Centre as a model for cooperation and the combination of 3D printing and composite technologies as an example of automation.

12.05pm-12.15pm: 3D Printing Hub - H5 R92
3D Printing Hub - Presentation and machines demonstration

Coordinated by Institut Mines-Telecom and sponsored by Thermwood, the 3D PRINTING HUB, located in Hall 5, showcases the latest technologies in additive manufacturing with live 3D demonstrations throughout the 3 days of the show. The exhibiting companies in the 3D PRINTING HUB are IMT Mines Albi, IMT Mines Alès, IMT Lille Douai, Mines ParisTech (Cemef), Elanplast, Desktop Metal and Arevo.

12.20pm-12.30pm: Industry 4.0 Hub - H5 L97
Industry 4.0 Hub - Presentation and machines demonstration

Coordinated by AZL Aachen with participating companies Textechno, Hille Engineering, Conbility and Maruhachi Corporation and with 5 institutes, the INDUSTRY 4.0 HUB, located in Hall 5, will focus on smart composite production in the context of Industry 4.0 along the whole value chain and the development of new production systems.

Thursday June 3, 2021 10:30 - 12:30 CEST
Hall 6