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  • Hello, thanks for the replies! I really appreciate your help! best regards Jonas Müller ------------------------------ Jonas Mueller [JobTitle] Aachen ------------------------------

  • Dear Dennis, of course you can come to the SAMPE Conference in Nantes in September. Up to now there is no African Chapter. But if we find there a critical mass of members we could think about. Regards ...

  • Hello... Good afternoon sir... I just got your email. Please how can i participate cos am in Nigeria. ------Original Message------ Dear Samer, as a German SAMPE Member you are warmly welcomed to our ...

  • Dear Samer, as a German SAMPE Member you are warmly welcomed to our Membership Meeting next year in Kassel. There but also at the European SAMPE Conference in Nantes you could adress members or me with ...

  • Hi Samer, I believe the next event in mainland Europe will be the SAMPE conference in Nantes in September. There's more info here:  https://www.sampe-europe.org/conferences/sampe-conference-2019-nantes ...

  • ​Dear all, I was just wondering whether there will be some kind of organized event so we could all meetup and get the chance to discuss face to face some new interesting topics more than just an online ...

  • If you only need a small amount of the resin, you can simply place your prepreg in a cup with Aceton to dissolve the resin matrix, remove the reinforcement once the Aceton is saturated and then simply ...

  • Hi Jonas, I am not certain where you might find prepreg samples and the corresponding resin, but often epoxy resin suppliers are willing to sample between 1 and 4 kilos of epoxy part A and you can separately ...

  • ​Hi Jonas, In a similar situation I could not convince my prepreg supplier to provide neat resin. Instead, I made a mold to squeeze a prepreg in the dwell-phase in a heat-press and cast the resin in ...

  • Hello together, I am currently working on a publicly founded research project which investigates the strain rate dependence of endless fibre reinforced plastics. In extensive experiments both the ...

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