invites you to our

Rocky Mountain SAMPE Composites Workshop at Ability Composites
 

September 21, 2018
11:00 am - 4:50 pm
Loveland, Colorado
 
Your Rocky Mountain SAMPE chapter invites you to attend a Composites Workshop. The program includes a shop tour of Ability Composites production facilities and the following topics/demonstrations presented by local industry leaders:
 
         -  Tour of composite fabrication facilities with wide range of composites fabrication equipment, hands-on demonstration of bagging technique (includes Vacuum bagging practice by two attendees/volunteers)
        
  - Infusion of unique thermosetting/thermoplastic resin composite

 -   State of the art of advanced materials and composites at the Front Range of the Rockies
       
 -  Advanced additive manufacturing capabilities
       
 - High Pressure Vessels for hydrogen powered vehicles

This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss
 The complete program brochure with location, registration costs, abstracts and other program details will be in the next update.
Lunch is included.
 
REGRISTRATION is required, so register today!
 

Registration coordinator
Frank Roundy
Ability Composites
253 42nd St. SW Unit A
Loveland, CO    80537   USA
 
Office 970-624-6030  ext 1 
Cell   970-219-3311
frank.roundy@abilitycomposites.com





















please RSVP to Richard Merschel  rich20029@aol.com

www.rockymountainsampe.org


 

Society for the Advancement of Materials and Process Engineering

Rocky Mountain Professional Chapter


Welcome to Rocky Mountain SAMPE, the chapter for professionals of the composites industry located near the Colorado Rocky Mountains. About 2/3 of our membership is based in Colorado, with most of the other 1/3 spread throughout Wyoming, South Dakota (student), Nebraska, Montana, and North Dakota.

SAMPE Mission Statement:

The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering is a global, member-governed volunteer, not for profit organization. The organization is to supply information for the advancement of materials and processes; opportunities for career development within the materials and processes community; and education in the fundamentals of materials and process technologies. These shall be offered to the professional members, to the student members and to the industry in a financially responsible manner and with professional integrity.