New Composite in Manufacturing (CiM) Advert for KCL – Nov 2015

 

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CiM – Composites in Manufcaturing – Magazine ADVERT Nov 2015

Since its launch in 2010, Composites in Manufacturing has become THE voice of the UK composites sector

and a market-leading asset to both reader and

advertiser.

Whether you are involved in the supply of raw

materials, resins, adhesives, the purchase of capital

manufacturing and tooling equipment or in the

design, specification, production and test functions,

CiM’s editorial content and circulation will fulfil your

needs.

“The UK composites materials market was estimated

at approximately €0.4 Billion in 2013 .” *

As the market continues to grow, CiM will keep you

abreast of all the latest industry trends, news and

views from this ever-changing industry.

To ensure you grab a healthy slice of this pie

advertise your company’s products and services in

the pages of CIM.

Editorial

With an engineering background, the editor, Mike Richardson has the understanding to produce information

which is easy to read and interesting, but most importantly useful to the readers. He also uses outside contributors

who have an in-depth knowledge of the composites market across the wide range of industry applications.

Each issue will carry regular sections, plus topical in-depth features. CiM will include news, material technologies,

design for manufacture, production technology, industry reports, supply chain, products, expert opinion and an

events diary.

CiM’s breadth of technical expertise covers R&D, design including CAD/CAM, PLM and simulation & visualisation,

production equipment including prepregging, RTI, RTM, manual/auto tape laying, vacuum bag moulding,

autoclaves, automated cutting systems and waterjet cutting, cutting tools, composite production techniques

including joining, fastening and assembly, workholding, test and measurement covering NDT/NDE and

environmental concerns ranging from ‘green’ objectives to recycling, disposal and legislation.

 

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