Visit IACMI at Booth AA58, and learn more about Institute projects and outcomes at the presentations listed below.
|Visit IACMI at CAMX 2018Emily King Kinsey2018-10-12T06:19:32-07:00
Emily King Kinsey2018-10-01T09:36:08-07:00Optimize Composite OrientationEmily King Kinsey2018-10-01T09:36:08-07:00
Sept. 28, 2018 | Source: Digital Engineering | Author: Brian Albright
In May 2018, the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI), announced the completion of the first phase of an IACMI project led by DuPont, Fibrtec and Purdue University to create a new carbon fiber composite manufacturing process that would provide better fabric formability […]
Emily King Kinsey2019-08-28T06:49:35-07:00Composites Coalition Quarterly Meeting at Leisure PoolsEmily King Kinsey2019-08-28T06:49:35-07:00
Over 30 industry leaders gathered for the third quarterly Composites Coalition meeting held last week at Leisure Pools in Knoxville, Tennessee. The meeting included a tour of Leisure Pools manufacturing facility and a brief presentation from University of Tennessee Bredesen Graduate Fellow, Alex Stiles, on his work with UV cured composites and its role […]
Emily King Kinsey2018-09-19T08:10:14-07:00
Sept. 18, 2018 | Source: Appliance Design
CHICAGO — A rapidly transforming industry sparked IMTS 2018 – The International Manufacturing Technology Show, to set all-time records for show metrics.
The 32nd edition of the show drew a record registration of 129,415 people and […]
Emily King Kinsey2018-09-18T09:15:09-07:00Globe, UDRI announce Composites Technology CenterEmily King Kinsey2018-09-18T09:15:09-07:00
Sept. 14, 2018 | Source: CompositesWorld
Globe Machine Manufacturing Company (Tacoma, WA, US), in collaboration with the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI, Dayton, OH, US) announced Sept. 14 the establishment of the UDRI-Globe Composites Technology Center (CTC) to be located in Dayton, OH, US.
“We wanted to leverage our mutual interests involving the Institute […]
Emily King Kinsey2018-09-27T07:41:05-07:00IACMI and Team Integrating Composites into the Friendship Bell ParkEmily King Kinsey2018-09-27T07:41:05-07:00
Sept. 17, 2018
The International Friendship Bell is an 8,300-pound bronze cast bell designed by an artist in Oak Ridge, Tenn. and cast by a family foundry in Kyoto, Japan. The bell symbolizes the spirit of the peace and friendship shared by the city of Oak Ridge, Tenn. and Naka, Japan, offers a […]
IACMI Welcomes more than 200 attendees for the Composites training workshop, Fly Away with CompositesEmily King Kinsey2019-02-07T10:02:53-08:00
Sept. 10, 2018
IACMI – The Composites Institute, in partnership with Composites One, and the Closed Mold Alliance welcomed more than 200 attendees to Fly Away with Composites, an aerospace and recreation sports-focused composites training workshop, hosted at Davis Technical College in Clearfeld, UT.
Emily King Kinsey2018-09-10T07:00:38-07:00IACMI Welcomes Merlin Theodore as the Materials & Processes Technology Area DirectorEmily King Kinsey2018-09-10T07:00:38-07:00
Sept. 10, 2018
IACMI is proud to welcome Dr. Merlin Theodore, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Carbon Fiber Technology Facility (CFTF) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, to the IACMI team as the Technology Area Director for the Materials & Processes Technology Area. IACMI and Merlin have […]
Emily King Kinsey2018-09-04T06:59:02-07:00Beyond the BoomersEmily King Kinsey2018-09-04T06:59:02-07:00
Sept. 1, 2018 | Source: Composites Manufacturing
Photo credit Composites Manufacturing
On shop floors across America, composites industry workers are aging. According to a 2015 report from IACMI – The Composites Institute, 22.9 percent of workers in the IACMI region (Michigan, Colorado, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee and Kentucky) are over the age of 55 and […]
Emily King Kinsey2018-12-06T06:31:11-08:00Knowledge and experience: Column by Jeff SloanEmily King Kinsey2018-12-06T06:31:11-08:00
Sept. 1, 2018 | Source: CompositesWorld
It’s mid-August as I write this and throughout the United States students are either heading back to school, or preparing to do so. Indeed, just three days ago my oldest son packed his belongings into his car and departed for two years of graduate school in Los […]