Albis explore benefits of carbon fibre reinforced thermoplastic compounds at Engineering Materials Live

Written by: Chris Rixson | Published:

Don’t miss this free-to-attend seminar delivered by thermoplastics compound specialist Albis, titled ‘Albis/Wipag Carbon Fibre Compounds – from waste product to performance resins’ at Engineering Materials Live, held at the National Motorcycle Museum on 10 May.

The seminar, presented by Andy Pilling, regional technical & business development manager of Albis UK, will cover the technical details behind the conversion process of carbon fibre laminates to thermoplastic compounds.

Taking dry carbon fibre waste coming from composite lamination processes and converting it into carbon fibre reinforced thermoplastic compounds has many benefits on offer, including outstanding mechanical properties coupled with lower densities.

Engineering Materials Live is a specialist UK exhibition meeting the needs of engineers tasked with sourcing and specifying plastic mouldings, composites, prototyped parts and advanced engineering materials.

To register for free to the Albis seminar, and to attend Engineering Materials Live at The National Motorcycle Museum, please visit

*By pre-registering, you will receive a visitor badge and claim free exhibition entry, free parking, free access to the museum collection and a free breakfast roll if you arrive before 10:30am.

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