Meet the Future of Carbon Composites.
Voith Composites at JEC World 2017
Garching/Paris. With the Voith Roving Applicator (VRA), Voith Composites
presents an innovation at JEC 2017 - the worldwide leading trade show for fiberreinforced
components - , which allows industrial-scale production of carbon fiber-
reinforced units in any desired lot size.
- Zur Großansicht
- Voith Roving Applicator online quality control
With the VRA, Voith Composites consistently applies the strategy "From the fiber directly into the component": the fiber direct placement procedure, which is implemented in the VRA, merges the individual processing steps, which were previously required, into one, dispenses with the utilization of semi-finished products in the manufacturing process and allows significantly higher cost and efficiency advantages. The VRA has been nominated for the JEC Innovation Award 2017 in the discipline 'Manufacturing', which is presented at the exhibition.
"With our presence at the Paris trade show we would like to take a look at the future of our industries with our customers and all visitors," stated Dr. Lars Herbeck, Executive Vice President of Voith Composites. "With the Voith Roving Applicator we are setting standards and demonstrate how industrial series production of CFRP components can be efficiently put into practice with state-of-the art machines and processes."
Voith Composites at JEC World in Paris from 14 – 16 March 2017.
Hall 6, Booth M 80
About the Company
Voith Composites is the R&D and production center of carbon fibre reinforced composites in the Voith Group. For 150 years, Voith’s technologies have been inspiring customers, business partners and employees worldwide. Founded in 1867, Voith today has around 19,000 employees, sales of €4.3 billion and locations in more than 60 countries worldwide and is thus one of the largest family-owned companies in Europe. Being a technology leader, Voith sets standards in the markets of energy, oil & gas, paper, raw materials and transport & automotive.
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