Composite Integration hails successful JEC World showing

Composite Integration exhibited at JEC World, held in Paris from 25-27 April alongside its French distributor, Diatex.

The long-term partnership between Composite Integration and Diatex is based on a shared technical approach and commitment to quality, reliability, and customer satisfaction. Both companies work closely together to ensure that customers have access to the latest product information, training, and technical support, and that they receive the highest levels of service and support possible.

During JEC World, the team highlighted the key fundamentals of a typical RTM and Direct Infusion set-up, demonstrating the latest generation Ciject Two resin mixing and injection machine. Simplifying processes and designing innovative, easy to use equipment is Composite Integration’s core objective.

Also on display in the Innovation Awards section, was the largest RTM wing component ever made. This project, part of the Airbus Wing Of Tomorrow programme, was delivered by GKN Aerospace UK, working in collaboration with Composite Integration who designed and manufactured the RTM processing equipment used, and supported the component manufacture.

In addition to highlighting these latest innovations, the event was a fantastic opportunity to catch up with many distributors, customers and industry colleagues, covering topics such as process optimisation, material selection, and tooling design.

“We believe that education and collaboration are essential to drive innovation in the composites industry,” commented company account manager, Zoe Lee. “By sharing our knowledge and expertise, we can help other businesses improve their processes, reduce costs, and achieve better results.”

Overall, the Composite Integration team looks forward to continuing to innovate and drive progress in the composites industry in the years ahead.

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