The Business Case for Composites
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Our Expert Panel:
DeWayne Howell, President
Peak Composites, Inc.
Dewayne has 27+ years experience in the design, analysis, development and fabrication of composite structures. He has authored nine technical papers that have been published in the SAMPE Journal and various conference proceedings. He holds an aerospace engineering degree.
Jason Gies, VP
Jason interacts with engineers, designers, managers, and executives to enable successful use of composites. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and has professional associations with SAMPE, AIAA, and ASME.
Have you ever considered composites as part of your material selection process?
Composites aren’t new, but they might be new to you.
Adding composites to your design and engineering toolbox requires some understanding of what they are and how they work. You have likely heard by now about the mechanical properties composites offer — light weight, high strength, unbeatable durability. Applied properly, composites can improve everything from pipes to bridges to wind turbines and cars, but how do you add them to your toolbox?
View this one hour webinar, led by Jeff Sloan, Editor of CompositesWorld, to discover untapped benefits, practical tradeoffs and how you can start using composites to find better engineering solutions for your products, equipment and structures.
You’ll also learn the top 4 reasons you need to use composites now:
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Jeff Sloan, Editor
CompositesWorld, High-Performance Composites, Composites Technology, CompositesWorld Weekly
Jeff has 20 years of experience in manufacturing-related B2B trade publications serving the plastics and composites industries. In his current role as editor of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, Jeff brings his unique background and thought leadership in the composites’ industry to an audience of 25,000 composites industry professionals each week. Jeff is active in SAMPE and is secretary of the SAMPE Rocky Mountain chapter.