Posted: November 28, 2007

Final Agenda Set For Carbon Fiber 2007

(Nanowerk News) COMPOSITESWORLD, publisher of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, has announced that the final agenda is set for Carbon Fiber 2007, which will be held Dec. 5-7, 2007, at the Marriott Washington Hotel. Co-chairs for this year’s conference are Peter W. Oswald, vice president of sales & marketing at Toho Tenax America, and Anthony (Tony) Roberts, industry consultant.
This international conference is designed for executives from leading fiber suppliers, end users, fiber converters, prepreggers, and composites parts manufacturers to discuss the current supply and demand situation for carbon fiber as well as the future prospect for growth of new carbon fiber composite applications, given the continuing tight supply situation for some grades of fiber.
“With the addition of Dale Brosius of Quickstep Technologies, who will be presenting their unique out-of-autoclave processing of qualified autoclave prepregs, we have now completed the program,” said Scott Stephenson, conference director. “We already have more than 50 participants signed up for the conference and the printed version of the brochure that is being inserted into the September edition of High Performance Composites hasn’t even landed in subscriber’s mailboxes yet.”
For more details on the conference, including a PDF of the latest version of the conference brochure, or to register, visit or contact Ralph Jessie, conference manager, by e-mail at [email protected]; by phone at +207-221-6603; or by fax at +207-221-5848.
COMPOSITESWORLD, with offices in Wheat Ridge, Colo., and Yarmouth, Maine, is a provider of information to the composites industry through High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, as well as its COMPOSITESWORLD weekly newsletter and its website
Source: Compositesworld
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