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Viper, Thermoplastics, a Free Pass & a 25% Discount to amerimold

Assuming that you’re someone who works in the auto industry, regardless of what company you work for—be it an OEM or supplier—chances are a lock that if you like performance cars in the least bit, the Viper is one that you admire.
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Assuming that you’re someone who works in the auto industry, regardless of what company you work for—be it an OEM or supplier—chances are a lock that if you like performance cars in the least bit, the Viper is one that you admire.

That’s just how it is.

Sure, maybe you can’t afford to buy one, but just look at it:

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This is a roundabout way to bring your attention to the Thermoplastic Composites Conference for Automotive conference that Automotive Design & Production is co-sponsoring with our sister publication Plastics Technology. . .which is going to have a keynote address by Mike Shinedling, Viper program manager.

Shinedling’s keynote about the Viper will be made on June 11 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan.

The Thermoplastic Composites Conference for Automotive is being held as part of the amerimold Conference & Exposition, which is running June 11 and 12. And at the amerimold expo there is going to be a wide array of technologies and services that are certainly worth checking out if you have the least bit of interest in mold making and molding.

 

C’mon, just look at it:

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