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Toray Engineering presents innovative 3D printing technology for composite materials

At this year’s JEC World, a trade fair for composite materials, the Japanese company Toray Engineering will be presenting new solutions for the efficient processing of carbon fiber-reinforced plastics at stand 6S96 at the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center from 5 to 7 March.

The focus will be on the presentation of the 3D printing system “Core Shell Composite Material 3D Molding Machine”. The “core shell method” is an innovative three-dimensional molding process that improves the properties of workpieces made from carbon fiber-reinforced resin.

The second machine at the booth is an AFP/ATL (Automated Fiber Placement / Automated Tape Layup) 3D molding machine with a pneumatically controlled parallel guide mechanism. Toray Engineering will also be presenting the 3D TIMON – CompositePRESS analysis software, which simulates the flow and fiber behavior during compression molding.


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