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9 AZL research institutes opened their doors for 100 participants of AZL Open Day
9 AZL Partner Institutes provided an extensive insight into the research and development capacities in the field of lightweight production and composites at the RWTH Aachen Campus.
Special paper edition of NewsLIGHT distributed to more than 3,500 readers
AZL’s NewsLIGHT #8 Paper Edition contains exclusive market news and insights in lightweight and composites from AZL Partner Companies and Institutes.
AZL Partner Institutes present lightweight processes and equipment during AZL Open Day
The AZL Open Day takes place on April 25th and provides an insight into the R&D capacities with 9 guided tours to the machinery halls of the AZL Partner Institutes at the RWTH Aachen Campus
Hybridisation – A Toolbox for efficient lightweight production
Hybridisation requires holistic expertise in material science and production technology. Read more in the latest AZL publication at JEC magazine # 111
First Report Meeting of the Buildings and Infrastructure Study
The first Report Meeting of the Joint Market and Technology Study on Composites in Buildings and Infrastructure takes place today. The study focusses on the growing markets “Buildings and Infrastructure” and will identify new potentials for composites.
Continued Cooperation of AZL and JEC Group
AZL at JEC World 2017 – AZL renews the cooperation with the JEC Group in 2017 and is presenting their interdisciplinary research covering the entire value chain for composite.
Join AZL conference and exhibition at JEC World 2017, Paris
At JEC World 2017 the AZL will present their interdisciplinary research covering the entire value chain for composite.
Second Workgroup Meeting of “High-Performance SMC”
On November 24th 2016, AZL has organized the second Workgroup Meeting “High-Performance SMC” with more than 35 participants continuing the work on the tool box for high-performance SMC.
Third Meeting of the AZL Workgroup “Pipes and Vessels”
On November 23rd 2016, AZL has organized the third Workgroup Meeting “Pipes and Vessels” with more than 35 participants working on standardization of testing procedures and geometries.
Kick-Off for Buildings and Infrastructure | More than 25 Study Partners
More than 40 participants representing more than 20 companies were updated on the objectives, procedure and structure of the study as well as learned on the first outcome from the questionnaire. In vital discussions first input for the study content was given by the participants.