Sharp & Tappin’s COMPCUT all set to cut a dash at ICS 2022

COMPCUT, the specialist division designing and developing state-of-the-art cutting solutions powered by Sharp & Tappin, will be exhibiting its latest range of COMPCUT saws at the International Composites Summit (ICS) at ILEC Conference Centre in London held from 21-22 September 2022.

The team at COMPCUT are preparing for an exciting showcase of demonstrations on a COMPCUT ACS 300 saw, which will help attendees understand the wide spectrum of features and benefits offered by these machines.

The demonstration machine will be active throughout the event for attendees to experience first-hand the unparalleled efficiency over competitive cutting solutions. Visitors will also be given the option to bring their own material to cut on the machine at the show, so they can experience excellent surface finishes and exceptional perpendicular and parallel levels of accuracy.

ICS, the top UK event for discussion on global supply chains and growth in the composites sector, returns after its successful launch in 2021. The free-to-attend two-day exhibition - joint founded by the trade association Composites UK and marketing partner, Fluency - invites companies from across the world to share their stories and experience with evolving supply chains and product innovations. With open forum sessions available with key speakers highlighting the importance of composites trade and manufacturing, COMPCUT will join leading businesses from industrial, transport, construction, biotech, and green energy markets to create a diverse and insightful showcase.

“The COMPCUT team are excited to demonstrate our cutting-edge technology that will surely revolutionise the ways in which we adapt and apply composite materials to modern applications,” stated sales manager, Jon Small. “We invite all who will be attending to visit our stand and witness these extraordinary machines in action.”

COMPCUT machining solutions include an array of advanced composite saws and precision routers, each varying in size and cutting ability. The technology has been tested and acclaimed by the National Composites Centre (NCC) for its ease and usability, including its efficient speed and unbeatable clean-cut finishes.

Matt Finch, Technical Manager (Workshop & Operations) at the University of Bristol said: “We received and commissioned the Compcut saw in February and within weeks it reduced the specimen cutting queue dramatically. A queue which used to be measured in weeks is now measured in hours.”

Paul Yeo, managing director at Composite Test and Evaluation (CTE) said: “The COMPCUT saws cut test specimens to such a high-quality edge finish that no post preparation is required.”

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