Date: Region Americas
Start Time (EST)
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Date: Region Europe
Start Time (CEST)
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Film and Paste Adhesives used for bonding metal and composite structures
Commonly used in co-cure, co-bond and secondary bonding applications. The webinar will discuss applications and benefits that can be achieved using Film and Paste materials.
Primary topics (what the registrant will learn):
Where do Film and Paste adhesives bring value?
Different types of Film and Paste Adhesives.
Practical applications and benefits.
See Presenter's information below.
Ray E Cornwell joined Henkel in 2004 and is the Technical Service Manager at Henkel facility in Bay Point, USA and has serviced the Aerospace Industry for 35 plus years. His experience includes the development and use of epoxy and nitrile phenolic materials for a wide range of aerospace applications including aircraft structures and satellites. In his role as one of Henkel’s authorized Certified Instructors, Ray conducts the training for our Adhesive and Mold Release product lines to our Authorized Distributors and Customers.
Steven Cunningham has over 35-years experience in the aerospace materials business. He has worked in a variety of roles including research and development, technical support, engineering, operations, quality and marketing. His experience includes the development and use of epoxy adhesives for a wide range of aerospace applications including aircraft structures and interiors. His materials experience is centered around epoxy structural adhesives as well as lightning strike protection for composite structures. He received his BS degree in Business and MBA in Operations Management from Golden Gate University.
Annika Blom joined Henkel in Germany in 2007 and the aerospace division in California in 2010. She has worked in engineering positions as project manager and in manufacturing before she took on her current role as product manager responsible for the Henkel Aerospace structural adhesives and composites product lines. She holds a degree in mechanical engineering from RWTH Aachen University, Germany.