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Latest News

NetComposites Enterprise Launches Composite Material Online Training Videos - Available Anytime, Anywhere

14 March 2017

NetComposites has launched its series of training videos, which offer a range of modules covering composite materials, available online at anytime, anywhere.

Osirys Project to Display Multi-Layered Façade at JEC World 2017

07 March 2017

A European consortium, Osirys, will be displaying a multi-layered façade in the Building and Construction Planet at JEC World.

NetComposites Enterprise Shows 5 New Automotive and Rail Materials at JEC World 2017

07 March 2017

NetComposites Enterprise will be displaying 5 unique, specialist composites for automotive and rail applications, offering weight savings and performance improvements over existing materials.Each of the 5 materials is designed to overcome a specific issue faced by the component manufacturers and OEMs, whether that’s a desire to reduce part weight or remove hazardous materials from the workplace: