In nearly every industry, equipment manufacturers look for opportunities to convert parts produced from metals into plastics for a number of reasons: whether it be to reduce weight or to lower production costs. Often the strength and versatility of metals prohibit making these changes, as even many types of composite materials fall short in performance or cost. Mitsubishi Chemical’s KyronMAX® portfolio of carbon fiber reinforced injection moldable compounds surpass the limitations of other composite materials, taking advantage of a unique carbon fiber processing method to exhibit the highest mechanical strengths of any injection moldable thermoplastic on the market today. Presented by Alex Wojtysiak, an Application Development and Key Accounts Manager responsible for the KyronMAX® product line from Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials. Join us for this free virtual event!
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ASME North Texas Section - Dallas, TX, USA
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