This week we welcome Mark Barfoot of Hyphen, a full-service, rapid prototyping and environmental testing center with Canada’s widest range of prototyping and environmental testing capabilities under one roof.
Mark is the managing director of Hyphen, and is responsible for overseeing Hyphen’s day-to-day operations.
Mark has a B.A.Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada and is a member of the Professional Engineers Ontario.
Mark is also President on the board of the Additive Manufacturing Users Group. In his spare time, he mentors engineering design projects and competitions at the University of Waterloo, and serves on the Industrial Advisory Committee for the Waterloo Chair in Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo.
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This week, I welcome Heather Rhoderick on the show to talk about CAMX (The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo) 2016. Heather is the senior vice president of events and information with ACMA and CAMX.
This week she sat down with me to discuss CAMX and give us an overview of what's in store for this year's event in Anaheim, CA September 26th-29th.
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This week, I welcome Paul Hewitt of Rocket Composites on the show to discuss one of their recent projects - the first carbon fiber backpack frame that weighs under 10 ounces.
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This week, I welcome John Moore on the show to discuss some of the latest advancements in Resin Transfer Molding (RTM). John Moore is founder and president of JHM Technologies Inc..
For over 30 years JHM Technologies has provided closed molders worldwide with proven packaged solutions.
JHM Technologies innovative approach provides molders with custom turn-key packages that are precisely tuned to meet their production needs.
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