Globe Composite Solutions Reveals Insights on Business and Industry for 3d Printing Paris France
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What do you do?
Globe Composite Solutions specializes in custom non-metallic composite components, cast and molded products, fabrication, prototype products, extrusions and roll coverings.
What do you see as the biggest opportunity in your industry?
The development of new and before-now-undiscovered materials, the research and creation of which Globe Composite’s expert engineers excel.
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What impact will changes in your industry have on consumers? the world?
Changes in the injection-molding and composites industries are having an impact across all sectors of society and business already — from lighter weight, greener cars, to better ways of creating and storing energy, to safer and/or smaller medical devices, to safer, antimicrobial/antibacterial material handling equipment. The possibilities are endless.
What is your biggest goal right now?
As the webmaster, my current goal is to spread and increase our web presence, and online brand recognition and awareness of our tremendous capabilities in design all the way through to manufacturing of composite component parts. When you think of composites, we want you to think of Globe Composites.
What kind of support or types of people do you need to accelerate your success?
Anyone may check our Careers section here: http://www.globecomposite.com/career_opportunities
What makes you or your work different from everybody else?
Our ability to research and create new patentable composite materials to fit any customer’s need and application, from manufacturing, to defense, to medical, to the postal service, to material handling, or even food prep. We can then rapidly prototype component parts for testing. After testing, we can manufacture and produce the parts via injection molding for parts in any size and orders in almost any volume. Due to our unique, proprietary injection molding processes, our parts need little tooling and almost zero secondary machining, thus keeping the costs down for our customers. The resultant composite components are more durable and reliable than steel or aluminum, lowering maintenance and replacement costs, as well.
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