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JEC World 2024, the leading composites and composite AM event, is coming up fast. If you have not yet signed up to participate, it’s not too late to join us and benefit from several advantages, including paying almost 30% less for your badge than on-site and saving time. With your already-printed badge, you’ll avoid waiting in line at the entrance and gain quicker access to the show. You can get your badge here.

See the composites AM market leaders

All set for JEC World 2024 to open on March 5th, a unique opportunity to see the latest advancements in composite additive manufacturing. Several companies will be present to show their latest composite AM advancements. Key players in the materials segment include Airtech, Xenia Materials and LEHVOSS. AM hardware companies will be focusing mostly on the rapidly growing LFAM segment, with CMS, Caracol and CEAD leading a growing group of pioneers.

CMS is bringing its most recent hardware release, an update on the CMS Kreator, which is at the cutting edge of this segment, combining rapid extrusion capabilities and 5-axis milling to produce large structures with tight tolerances, all while minimizing material waste and accelerating production times. CMS’ latest upgrades to its system, as you can see in more detail in this article, include more extruder options and a larger build volume.

LFAM market leader Airtech, which has built a network of hardware manufacturers around its Dahltram tooling resins, will be showing how the company has recently played a pivotal role in enhancing the Brumos Collection’s Porsche GT2 RS Clubsport for 2023’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb race. In support of this program, it provided all essential materials – leveraging its technical expertise and design support. Thanks to the company’s multiple cross-industry partnerships – and its Dahltram C-250CF Polycarbonate, carbon fiber-reinforced material made from recycled tooling waste – it has demonstrated the circular lifecycle capabilities for 3D printed tooling. The Brumos Racing mold will be on display at this year’s JEC, at booth #G41 in hall 5.

All set for JEC World 2024 to open on March 5th, a unique opportunity to see the latest advancements in composite additive manufacturing.
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Airtech will also display its Aircraft Fairing Vacuum Trimming Fixture, 3D printed using Dahltram C-250GF, in the JEC Innovation Planet Mobility area, in Hall 6. As a partner of the EmpowerAX project, Airtech won the JEC Award 2024 in the ‘Aerospace Processes’ category. As part of a team of AM experts, the company used its expertise in material consultation and supply of short fiber-reinforced, high-performance polymer Dahltram I-350CF to realize this project. The EmpowerAX Demo Part realized by DLR and the other 12 partners will be displayed at Weber’s booth #P138 in hall 5.

Xenia Materials is going to be presenting its recently launched line of 3D printing materials, including the newest XEGREEN products for improved sustainability. By leveraging its existing and extensive product range, the company adjusted and refined each formulation for additive manufacturing, ensuring compatibility with various large-format material extrusion 3D printers (LSAM, FGF).

These offerings provide high stiffness, dimensional stability, low density, minimal thermal expansion, and extended service life over different temperature ranges. The materials are composed of unique resins blended with fibers and additives, customized for pellet-based material extrusion printers, ranging from smaller sizes like FDM/FFF to LFAM processes for both production and high-precision manufacturing using hybrid LFAM/CNC capabilities.

All set for JEC World 2024 to open on March 5th, a unique opportunity to see the latest advancements in composite additive manufacturing.
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Get around with the JEC World 2024 app

Another tip for maximizing your experience at the show is to download the dedicated JEC World mobile application by clicking here. With this App, you can plan your visit, consult the conference program, access the full list of exhibitors, and much more, all from the comfort of your smartphone. You’ll be able to use the interactive map of the show to get around, make an itinerary from your location to where you want to go, discover the conference program and more.

Besides the ones mentioned above, other companies leading the way in the composites AM space that will be exhibiting at JEC World 2024 include Ai Build (software), Arkema (composite AM powders and pellets), Belotti and Breton (LFAM hardware), Cetim (services), Dassault (software), Electroimpact (hardware), Elkem (thermoset materials), Ensinger (advanced thermoplastic materials, filaments), Evonik (powders, filaments), Hexcel (services), M Torres (hardware), Massivit (hardware), Syensqo (advanced thermoplastic materials, filaments. [Download the full list of exhibitors here]

To facilitate your transfer to and from JEC World, there will be a FREE SHUTTLE Service from March 5 to 7, departing from Main hotels in the Convention Center area (5 direct shuttle lines), Main hotels in the CDG airport area (1 shuttle line), Downtown Paris – Opera Station and Porte Maillot (2 shuttle lines) and Paris CDG Airport (Villepinte Express).

Research
Composites AM 2024

This new market study from VoxelMatters provides an in-depth analysis and forecast of the three core segments of the composites additive manufacturing market: hardware, materials and services. The ...

Davide Sher

Since 2002, Davide has built up extensive experience as a technology journalist, market analyst and consultant for the additive manufacturing industry. Born in Milan, Italy, he spent 12 years in the United States, where he completed his studies at SUNY USB. As a journalist covering the tech and videogame industry for over 10 years, he began covering the AM industry in 2013, first as an international journalist and subsequently as a market analyst, focusing on the additive manufacturing industry and relative vertical markets. In 2016 he co-founded London-based VoxelMatters. Today the company publishes the leading news and insights websites VoxelMatters.com and Replicatore.it, as well as VoxelMatters Directory, the largest global directory of companies in the additive manufacturing industry.

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