Dallas, TX and Santa Clara, CA, October 15, 2018 – The co-founder of AREVO, the leader in software-controlled additive manufacturing technology, will participate on two panels as part of the conference programming at the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo (CAMX). Wiener Mondesir will offer his insights on composite design and manufacturing utilizing the latest 3D printing techniques during these two sessions:
Design of Composites – Challenges and Opportunities – Tues. Oct. 16 2:00 – 4:00 PM, location: West Fork, Ballroom D4
Advancements in Additive Manufacturing of Composites Enabling Real-World Structural Applications – Thurs. Oct. 18 10 AM – 12 PM, location: West Fork, Ballroom D4
The “Design” panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities in regards to designing with composites and the session will focus primarily on new manufacturing methods and new material forms and the challenges these present to existing design tools. The “Advancements” panel will feature additive manufacturing experts discussing the latest advancements in 3D printing of composites. Various forms of 3D printing have been available for many years, but weak physical properties have limited applications that required any structural properties. Recent developments in materials, computing technology, and large scale equipment are now enabling new applications that compete with traditional methods.
Mr. Mondesir will be available at CAMX during exhibition hours. AREVO will also display its recently-introduced 3D printed bike frame at the booth of partner company Hexcel (booth Y13). Hexcel manufactures lightweight, high-performance structural materials, (carbon fibers, reinforcements, prepregs, honeycomb, matrix systems, adhesives, additive manufacturing, composite structures) for aerospace, space, defense and industrial applications.
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AREVO, based in Santa Clara, California, develops technology to enable direct digital additive manufacturing of ultra-strong, lightweight composite parts for end use applications in high volume. With our unique combination of breakthrough materials, powerful design/build software, and free motion robotics for the first “true 3D” construction, AREVO is moving beyond prototypes by enabling the design and fabrication of large, mass-produced parts and structures to happen anywhere, quickly leading 3D printing into mainstream manufacturing. AREVO provides designers and manufacturers with unprecedented freedom to unlock the unparalleled strength and weight of composite materials for a wide range of consumer and industrial products, and has seen early success manufacturing CFRTP composite parts for OEM customers. With an initial focus on Aerospace, Defense, Consumer Electronics, Transportation, and Consumer Goods, Arevo is poised to optimize additive manufacturing services to OEM’s worldwide. For more information visit www.arevo.com.