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Registration Link: http://short.compositesworld.com/ColdJet817 EVENT DESCRIPTION: is webinar discusses the various uses of dry ice in composite applica- tions. From cleaning the various contaminants (mold release agents, epoxy, Teflon tape, silicone, phenolic, carbon , and graphite) from the variety of materials utilized in the composite tooling industry, from epoxies and urethanes to aluminum and steel, including Teflon-coated tools and tools that are highly polished. We will also discuss the use of dry ice in cleaning composite parts prior to painting. e attendee will achieve insight on how to reduce operating costs; increase product yield; improve part quality, environmental quality & worker safety, as well as extending the asset life of the tooling. A review of how the dry ice cleaning process works will also be discussed. PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN: • Cleaning tooling and parts using dry ice • 5 reasons to celebrate dry ice in composites • A benchmark under standing of the dry ice cleaning theory and process Now You See It – Now You Don't, The Magic of Dry Ice in Composites REGISTER TODAY FOR WEBINAR AT: DATE AND TIME: August 17, 2016 • 2:00 PM EDT PRESENTER PRESENTED BY www.coldjet.com STEVE WILSON Director of Global Business Development—Plastics & Rubber Cold Jet, LLC

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