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ICCM23 Partner News


Join Airtech as they celebrate their 50th anniversary and showcase their latest innovations!

Airtech Advanced Materials Group is the largest manufacturer of vacuum bagging and composite tooling materials for prepreg/autoclave, resin infusion, and wet lay-up processes up to 799°F (426°C). Learn more about Print-Tech® the new large scale additive manufacturing or 3D printing tooling service for composites. Large-scale tooling in the form of trim fixtures, holding fixtures and layup molds can be designed, tooled and built faster without compromising quality.


Dia-Stron is the leading manufacturer of testing instruments for fibres and filaments, specialising in ultra-low force testing of individual fibres, automated multiple-measurement workflows, and unique sample mounting and handling methods.

Automated sample handling has been expanded across our range of instruments, from tensile and dimensional measurements to more novel forms of fibre deformation such as fatigue, torsion and bending. Our instrumentation range has been developed for a wide range of synthetic and natural fibres, including carbon, ceramic, glass, textiles, flax, bamboo, wool, hair, and silk. We also conduct fully comprehensive testing studies in our UK-based Contract Testing laboratory, utilising cutting-edge instruments and peer-reviewed methods in line with ISO and ASTM standards.

At ICCM23, we’ll be showcasing our all-in-one tensile/dimensional solution fibra.stress, alongside our unique IFSS micro-bond instrument, which presents a strong alternative to pull-out and fragmentation testing.

Meet the team on Stand 6 to find out more about the benefits of single fibre testing.


For over 75 years, Instron has supplied more than 75,000 testing systems to the world’s leading manufacturers, and educational, scientific, and research institutions. Instron is a pioneer in the field of composite materials and has been developing systems and participating in ASTM and ISO standards committees to develop new testing methods since the inception of the industry.

Composite materials present a unique set of challenges to the product developers, scientists and engineers who need to measure their physical properties. As the popularity and demand for composites continues to grow, so does the need for testing equipment that can safely, accurately, and efficiently characterize these complex materials.

Instron’s Servohydraulic & Electrodynamic testing systems range from 1kN (220 lbs) to 5MN (1M lbs) and are designed and optimised to perform dynamic composite material and component fatigue & fracture tests. Visit to find out more!


NETZSCH DMA Instruments for Your Special Requirement

Whether you want to measure soft elastomers, unfilled or filled thermoplastics and thermosets up to metals and ceramics in bending, tension, shear, or compression, NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing offer DMA instruments that are specifically tailored to your requirements. Our products are designed for the loads that correspond to your specific application. 

Netzsch have the full range from low to high force, low to high temperature with the new DMA 303 Eplexor and Eplexor 500N – HT exhibiting an impressive range -170 to 1500°C and 1 mN to 500N. Visit our stand 11 to find out more.

National Composites Centre / Bristol Composites Institute

The National Composites Centre (part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult) and the Bristol Composites Institute (part of the University of Bristol) together form a world-leading composites research and development hub. Working together, with research specialisms spanning from fundamental science to industrial application, they address complex global challenges for the benefit of UK industry and society.









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