This week, we welcome David Tait, owner of Elegant Motoring & Auto Spa. David joins me to discuss his recent work installing a carbon fiber kit on a Lamborghini Aventador that was featured at the Toronto Auto Show last month.
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This week we welcome Neil Hamlin of COMPOTOOL on the show to discuss their matched pattern mould tooling system.
COMPOTOOL tooling board has very high thermal stability and excellent machining characteristics and can be used as a high accuracy pattern material or for prototype and short run direct tooling.
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This week we'll be discussing some of the latest technology developments in the aerospace market with Cameron Crowell and Emily Judd.
Both are students who are working and doing research in composite materials in aerospace structures.
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This week we welcome Scott Reeve on the show. Scott is the president of Composite Advantage, the leading supplier of FRP products for bridges, waterfront infrastructure and rail platforms.
On this episode Scott will be talking about his company and some of their recent projects. In 2012 Composite Advantage installed one of the world's largest FRP composite pedestrian bridge decks [685 ft. long, 16 ft. wide] along the Anacostia Waterfront in Washington D.C.
In 2013 they supplied the world’s largest FRP bridge deck for a vehicle bridge in Haverhill, Mass.
The six-span steel truss structure was built in 1883 and is the state’s oldest moveable bridge.
This week, we welcome Chris Dupin, co-founder of Foam Core Derby, an organization that introduces the composite process to the public in a safe and fun environment while giving back to the community.
Foam Core Derby donates 10% of all revenue from participants to youth organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Girl Scouts of the USA, and the Boy Scouts of America.
Chris will be sharing his background as well as their mission - Providing knowledge of composite fabrication methods in a fun environment while giving back to the community.
You can find more weekly episodes like this by visiting http://CompositesWeekly.com.