Composites Europe

New project manager appointed at Composites for Europe

Dr. Ing. Hans-Christian Früh will become the new project manager of Composites for Europe, to be held as a business summit for composites in Stuttgart from 10-12 November. The 35-year old succeeds Daniel Schäfer who will rise to another professional challenge. 
3 years ago

Automotive industry decline takes its toll on Composites Europe

Composites Europe, the German trade fair for fibre-reinforced plastics – sold mainly to customers in the automotive, aerospace, and plant/mechanical engineering industries – suffered from lower demand from both exhibitors and visitors this year.
4 years ago

Composites Europe 2019 returns in September

The composites industry provides important impetus – for lightweight construction and material innovations in automotive, aviation, mechanical engineering, construction, wind power as well as in the sports and leisure sectors.
4 years ago

Process technologies in focus

This year’s Composites Europe event assembles a strong trio of features, including the trade fair itself, a Lightweight Technologies forum and an International Composites Conference presentation on lightweight construction.
4 years ago

Composites Europe and Foam Expo Europe to be held in parallel

Foam Expo Europe, the trade show for the supply chain of technical foam production, and Composites Europe, the trade fair and forum for composites, technology and applications, will take place in parallel in Stuttgart from 2019. This was announced by the two organisers - Smarter Shows and Reed Exhibitions.
4 years ago

Composites Europe 2018: Focus on process technologies

In the competition of lightweight construction and design materials, composites are among the winners – automotive engineering, aerospace, wind energy, boatbuilding and construction can no longer do without glass and carbon-fibre reinforced plastics (GFRP & CFRP).
4 years ago

Composites Europe: Joining and connecting composites

Joining composites is truly a challenge since these materials are considered hard to join. Since thermal processes have so far not been applicable, researchers have predominantly focused on mechanical joining technologies including crimping, gluing, riveting or screwing. COMPOSITES EUROPE from 6-8 November 2018 in Stuttgart will show the advantages and drawbacks of each of these processes for the respective fibre composite.
5 years ago

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