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NASA Looking to Tiny Technology for Big Payoffs
Aerotech News
The Super-lightweight Aerospace Composites project seeks to scale up the manufacturing and use of high-strength carbon nanotube composite materials.
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Heatcon Expands Composite Repair Product Line
MRO Network
Heatcon Composite Systems, a manufacturer and supplier of aerospace composite repair equipment and products, is expanding its composite material product line.
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Filament Winding, Reinvented
Composites World
Robots and digital technology deliver speed plus larger, more complex parts, while generative 3D winding obviates mandrels and waste for automotive applications.
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Latest Developments in Styrenic-Resin Based Thermoplastic Composites Introduced
Plastics Today
Ineos Styrolution exhibited the latest research developments of its StyLight styrenic-resin based thermoplastic composites at the Composites Europe event in Stuttgart, Germany.
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Composite Pressure Vessels Take on Cryogenic Temperatures
Composites World
Several recent innovations involving composite high pressure tanks indicate a leap forward in pressure vessel technology.
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Composite Prototyping Center to Showcase Recent Developments
Composites World
The center will showcase its efforts in workforce development, prototype manufacturing and hands-on technical training in advanced composites manufacturing.
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UTC Aerospace and Aernnova to Develop Aircraft Structural Composites
Aerospace Technology
United Technologies subsidiary UTC Aerospace Systems has signed a letter of intent to enter a strategic collaboration with Aernnova Aerospace to develop aircraft structural composites.
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The Long View for Composites in Long-Haul Trucks
Composites World
Composite components on heavy trucks and trailers continue to grow, both in volume and in kind, but they won’t be carrying structural loads until the mid-2020s.
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Airbus, AVIC in Conductive Composites Pact
Flight Global
Airbus and AVIC will cooperate on research into multi-functional composite materials for aerospace applications.
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New Study Examines Benefits of Composites in the Rail Sector
Composites World
A recent report from the European Pultrusion Technology Assn. predicts growth for pultruded composites in the rail sector.
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From The Blog
Abaris Announces Helicopter Rotor Blade Repair Training for 2019
The five-day course will provide the knowledge and teach the skills necessary to effect quality helicopter rotor blade repairs in-house with a high degree of confidence, and a shorter turn-around time.
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NASA’s 3D Woven Carbon Fabric Heat Shield Folds Like an Umbrella
NASA’s latest design for a spacecraft heat shield is an umbrella-like mechanical aeroshell design made of flexible 3D woven carbon fabric
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