At Advanced Engineering 2019, held at the Birmingham NEC on October 30-31, Cecence (Stand M30) will be exhibiting projects that deliver on its mission to bring innovative, practical composite engineering solutions and scalable component production to multiple industries.
The company’s JEC award winning, first all-composite 16g in-flight seat back, demonstrates how composites in aerospace interiors can save weight, be FST compliant, aesthetically pleasing, mass produced and commercially viable.
In rail the sector, it is demonstrating significant cost savings at £1m/10km with its composite overhead line electrification system for rail with its Composite UK award nominated COHLE system.
In addition, visitors can meet its client, Aerocoach, manufacturer of world-leading cycling and triathlon equipment, and hear how the company is realising competitive equipment advantages, and how it has grown its composite-based product portfolio with Cecence as the development partner.
New this year, the Cecence stand will also be showcasing the latest in bio-composite manufacture, using all-natural fibre and bio-resins, supporting the world’s focus on carbon reduction and sustainability. Cecence’s award-winning engineers will also be onsite throughout the show for 15-minute, one-to-one clinics offering advice. To book an on-site clinic session, go to www.bit.ly/cecence