Advanced Lightweighting Composite Process for Automotive Mass Production

Available On Demand until September 20, 2017

With growing demand for lighter, more fuel-efficient vehicles, the automotive industry has turned to materials suppliers to help find answers and provide new and innovative materials that can deliver solutions to the most challenging of applications. This 60-minute Webinar examines the new Direct Fluid Compression Molding Process (DFCM) and how it answers today’s demands and takes the next step toward massed produced composite automotive parts.

The Webinar also explores how DFCM’s cycle times below 60 seconds enable composite parts to be produced alongside their metallic counterparts with the same quality and consistency the industry requires.

An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.


Adam Harms, Automotive Marketing Manager, Huntsman Advanced Materials

Adam Harms is the Automotive Marketing Manager for Huntsman Advanced Materials. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and an MBA from the University of Florida. His professional background includes various positions designing, developing, and producing composite structures in the aerospace and marine industries. Prior to joining Huntsman, Adam acted as the Global Automotive Business Development Director with Zoltek Carbon Fiber. At Huntsman, he is responsible for the overall strategy and execution for all epoxy resins and adhesives into the automotive market and supporting the growth of lightweighting through innovation of new products.


Lisa Arrigo, SAE International

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