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Astro Aerospace Partners With Paterson Composites To Build Autonomous Passenger Drone
Vertical
Rob Paterson, president and CEO of Paterson Composites, will build components on the Astro Aerospace Passenger Drone, a state-of-the-art aerial transport vehicle that enables passengers to fly manually or autonomously.
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Carbon Fiber Knowledge


The spread of spread tow
Composites World
Advancing from “lighter and thinner” to boosting strength, stiffness, impact resistance and productivity, spread tow unlocks new applications and markets.
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Auto advances at Composites Europe
Inside Composites
"The automotive industry, including commercial vehicles, continues to be one of the major growth drivers for fiber composite solutions and lightweight construction plays an especially important role within the context of e-mobility in the automotive sector," says Dr. Elmar Witten, general manager of Composites Germany.
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Building an aircraft without molds or fasteners?
Composites World
MTorres has a concept (TRL 6) with which aircraft will be built with minimal hand labor, without typical molds, without metallic fasteners, and without typical stringers as they are used today.
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McLaren Officially Receives Keys to New Carbon Fiber Factory
The Drive
McLaren announced that it has finally gotten the keys to a new facility in Sheffield, U.K. that'll be responsible for producing all of the supercar maker's carbon fiber tubs, a building officially dubbed the McLaren Composites Technology Center.
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Vienna Researchers Develop Composite Curing Formula that Works Underwater
Composites Manufacturing
Researchers at Technische Universität Wien (TU-Wien) in Vienna, Austria, have developed a “special formula” that allows epoxy-based composites to cure underwater. The research group has developed additives that are added to ordinary epoxy resin in order to adjust its properties and enable targeted curing at the touch of a button.
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Teijin breaks ground for carbon fiber facility in South Carolina
Composites World
Teijin Limited (Tokyo, Japan) purchased roughly 440 acres of commercial land in Greenwood, South Carolina to establish a carbon fiber production site, projecting an investment of $600 million and creation of 220 jobs by 2030.
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Advanced Engineering opens registration for visitors
Aerospace Manufacturing
Advanced Engineering 2018 has opened registration for its 10th anniversary show, with the first 50 people signing up being offered a free Ultra High Capacity Power Bank for mobile phones and laptops to be picked up at the Show.
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From the Blog
Abaris Relocates East Coast Operation to the Composite Prototyping Center on Long Island, NY
Abaris Training Resources, the world leader in advanced composite training, will be relocating its Griffin, Georgia operation to CPC’s 25,000 square foot facility on Long Island.

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