The lay-up and lowdown of composite additive manufacturing: 3D printing and automated lay-up

July 13, 2018 | Case Study

Conventional fiber-reinforced composite manufacturing techniques like hand lay-up or resin transfer molding (RTM) are already additive in nature. These processes are time-consuming and onerous, prompting the development of novel manufacturing techniques. Motivated by strong client interest in the space, Lux wanted to define and compare these innovative methods.

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