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Composite Courses

The course will cover:

Health, Safety and Handling
Development of vacuum moulding techniques
Material selection, storage and life
Resins, hardener and accelerant options
Tooling configuration
Tool preparation
Gel coat selection and application
Feeder and vacuum systems
Resin / fibre calculations
Infusion flow: effects of temperature, viscosity and permeability on flow rates, flow rate calculations
Bagging and auxiliary equipment selection
Open, closed and intensified moulds
Curing cycles and faults caused by incorrect cycles
Break out
Defects causes and solutions
Problems associated with Resin Infusion
Light RTM advantages disadvantages and process implications
Manufacturing defect avoidance in Light RTM

Course Title: Resin Infusion Theory and Practical
Course Code: 008
Duration: 5 Days
Fees: £890.00 + VAT at standard rate
Course structure: 25% theory, 75% practical

Designed to support engineers, designers, researcher, lead technicians and technicians involved in development, tool design or component manufacture using resin infusion techniques.

This resin infusion course is designed to cover the requirements of the National Occupational Standards for Resin Infusion (SEMTA and COGENT), using the latest resin infusion production techniques. Each delegate will produce composite mouldings, incorporating a variety of features and using a range of techniques and processes to include laminates and sandwich structures using different resin, fibre and core materials.