Composites One Presents Webinar | Make The Right Decision About Process Materials For Your Manufacturing Goals

Make The Right Decision About Process Materials For Your Manufacturing Goals


Thu, Nov 11, 2021
1:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)


Choosing the appropriate process materials for composite manufacturing such as prepreg processing methods and vacuum infusion is critical for quality parts. Learn about thermal, mechanical and compatibility requirements along with typical process stacks for each. Aerovac Composites One is an innovative supplier of process materials to the composites industry, including Aerospace, Automotive, Wind Energy, Marine and other industrial markets. Composites One is the leader in technical support including advanced processing and closed molding.


  • Review requirements for common composites manufacturing processes
  • Demonstrate typical process material stacks for each process
  • Tips and tricks for using process materials from Aerovac and Composites One experts

Presented by:

James Jones EmployeeJames Jones
Lead Technical Support Manager, Composites One

James Jones is Lead Technical Support Manager for Composites One, North America’s leading composites distributor. He has more than 20 years of experience in the composites industry including design and training. James holds Mechanical Engineering and Juris Doctor degrees from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

Kevin Jackson
Technical Service Fellow, Aerovac Composites One

Kevin Jackson is a Technical Service Fellow for Aerovac. He has more than 35 years of experience in various engineering and commercial roles, the majority of which have been within aerospace composites. His area of expertise is in Materials and Process Engineering for the design and manufacture of composite structures. He has worked for both composite prepreg manufacturers and companies that use prepregs to manufacture composite aircraft. In his current role he provides technical service to Aerovac’s customers across the globe. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Physics from Essex University, and a Master of Science degree in Aircraft Design from Cranfield Institute of Technology, College of Aeronautics.