With the increase in the demand for air travel, aircraft manufacturers are exploring new ways to introduce automation, design lighter parts and incorporate process efficiency to produce aircrafts quicker. We will examine how structural adhesive advancements, including out-of-autoclave technology, composite bonding and lightning strike solutions, as well as incorporating automation by leveraging outside industry expertise such as automotive and 3D printing to advance manufacturing efficiency. Join us as we discuss how these advancements are contributing to meeting industry goals, while conforming to specification requirements.
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Global OEM Market Develompent Manager
Ron Habermas is the Global OEM Market Development Manager for Henkel's Aerospace business unit. Ron joined Henkel in January 2017, and brings over 30 years of aviation and aerospace experience to the ...team. He previously held leadership roles in Sales, Marketing, Business Development and Finance within the industry. Ron is responsible for developing and managing the global business plan for the OEM assembly market, and for supporting sales and key account managers in building customer partnerships.
Technical Service Manager, Structural Adhesives
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.