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Events Calendar

March 26-30, 2017

CORROSION Conference & Expo 

New Orleans, Louisiana

Come and meet ACMA representatives at the Composites Pavilion at NACE International’s annual CORROSION Conference and Expo event (ACMA Booth # 2528). The pavilion will provide an opportunity for attendees to discover the composites industry who will highlight the use of composites in corrosion resistant equipment. To register and attend this event:


April 4-5, 2017

North American Pultrusion Conference ACMA-Event-logo

Atlanta, GA

This is the first North American Pultrusion Conference, being held in partnership with the European Pultrusion Technology Association. The event will bring together leaders in the industry, customers and OEMS, and suppliers to discuss the latest opportunities for pultrusion world-wide. Don’t miss this chance to network and learn in Atlanta!


April 12, 2017

Manufacturing Under the Trump Administration: What issues matter the most to your company? ACMA-Event-logo

Members-Only Webinar

President Trump campaigned on making U.S. manufacturing a priority during his administration, so what does that mean for the composites industry? Join ACMA's government affairs team in discussing what the White House is doing to fulfill its promise to provide regulatory relief and reduce the cost of doing business in the U.S. ACMA encourages members to seize this opportunity and participate in a webinar to inform the association about the business and regulatory issues that are of utmost importance to your company. ACMA's experts will provide a backdrop discussion of the policy objectives of the Trump Administration and then will turn to participants to provide input around the concerns that keep you up at night in running a business.


April 27-29, 2017

ACMA Exhibits at AIA Orlando 2017 Architecture Expo 2017 

Orlando, Florida

This year, ACMA will hold its fourth annual Composites Pavilion at the American Institute of Architects Convention (ACMA Booth # 1831 and 2030). The pavilion will feature Composites Central, a forum for presentations on composites technology advances in architecture, and the second annual Composites in Architecture Design Challenge. To register and attend this event:


May 2-4, 2017

CCT-Instructor Course ACMA-Event-logo

Polynt Composites Application Center, North Kansas City, Missouri

The Certified Composites Technician Instructor course is an opportunity for current CCT qualified individuals to become qualified instructors.  The 2.5 day course will combine classroom training technics with hands on exercises in a composites manufacturing laboratory to reinforce and show practical technics to deliver instruction.  The class will culminate with review and a written exam that challenges attendees to show knowledge in the practical, learning theory and technical skills covered during the course.  Participants who successfully complete the course are certified to teach CCT study courses and administer the CCT exams to candidates. These CCT- Instructors will be able to take the learned skills and provided materials back to their company and throughout the industry to deliver more effective and engaging training.


May 22-25, 2017

ACMA Exhibits at SAMPE Seattle

Seattle, Washington

SAMPE Seattle is the only technical conference and exhibition exclusively dedicated to advanced materials and processes. Over 250 exhibiting companies showcase their products and solutions during this event. Furthermore, the technical conference features the latest technologies and research advancements in the industry.


September 11-14, 2017

CAMX ACMA-Event-logo

Orlando, FL

Created by ACMA and SAMPE to connect and advance all aspects of the world’s composites and advanced materials communities, CAMX is an all-encompassing event. Regardless of the application — transportation, aerospace, marine, wind energy, software, construction and infrastructure, medical, academics, sports and leisure — CAMX is the must-attend event for products, solutions, networking, and advanced industry thinking.