Quickstep acquires funding from BMBF; rapid composite prototyping awaits

Fluid-based composite curing process developer Quickstep recently acquired funding from the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) for developing a process for producing molds for composites manufacturing. The process in development uses spray forming to quickly create a thin mold...

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