Introduction to Manual Prepreg Techniques
This 2 day interactive course takes a practical view of the tools and techniques used in prepreg manufacture. It will include learning the theory of using prepreg materials and delegates will experience making parts in line with the principle of ‘learning by doing’ in a simulated industrial environment.
Classroom and workshop
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at technical staff new to composites manufacture, with an introductory knowledge of composite materials and processes. We recommend attending our Introduction to Composites, Materials, Properties and Processes as a prerequisite to attending this course.
Objectives & Aims
Delegates will gain an understanding of theory and techniques in manual prepreg lay-up. At the end of day 2 each delegate will have completed an individual, oven cured hand lay-up using a basic mould, in our purpose built training clean room.
- Why use prepreg material?
- The benefits and limitations of prepreg
- How prepreg materials are made
- Cost comparisons versus other materials
- Handling and storage
- H & S issues
- Tooling preparation
- Manufacturing processes
- Oven curing
- Work instructions
Advanced Manual Prepreg Techniques
8th & 9th March 2017 - Register your interest here
If you have a minimum of 6 delegates and the current planned schedule does not meet your business needs we may be able to set up another course date for you.
For further information please complete a training enquiry form or contact email@example.com
- Prepreg Training
- Automated Fibre Placement
- Composite Introduction and Awareness Courses
- General Training
- Resin Transfer Moulding / Resin Infusion Training
- About the NCC
- Funding Opportunities
- Job Opportunities
- Contact Us
- Log In