INDUSTRY NEWS

PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

TxV Aero Composites using Dieffenbacher tape laying system for larger-scale production

Applications within the aerospace industry include loaded clips and brackets, interiors and seating among other commercial aircraft applications.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

OGMA to supply composite components for the E-Jets E2

OGMA will manufacture the components for all three models of the E-Jets E2 aircraft: wing box (E175-E2, E190-E2 and 195-E2), horizontal stabilizer and flap (E175-E2), which includes machined components, sheet metal and composites.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

Solvay receives Gold Supplier Award from FACC

FACC uses a range of Solvay’s composite materials, primarily to manufacture critical secondary structures for aerospace OEMs.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

China Jushi’s expansion in Egypt is ahead of schedule

The company has announced its third furnace in Suez, Egypt will come on-stream in the second half of 2017.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

Lantor acquired by Cathay Investments

Lantor is a producer of non-woven materials for the cable and composites industry.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

Techmer PM collaborates with industry partners on 3D-printed tooling technology

Techmer PM custom formulated high-temperature polymer materials with carbon fiber that ORNL used to 3D-print the tools.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

Technical Fibre Products joins IACMI

TFP has more than 30 years of experience in designing and manufacturing technical nonwoven materials for advanced composites and membership of IACMI highlights the company’s continued commitment to growing business in this area.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

Aeroindustryjobs: Jobs of the week, March 28, 2017

Aerospace-related job opportunities from Hexcel, Arconic, AAR and UTC Aerospace Systems.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

Construction begins on full-scale Hyperloop passenger capsule

The passenger capsule is being built in collaboration with composites manufacturer Carbures Europe SA.


PUBLISHED: 3/27/2017

SolAero Technologies provides solar power for NRL's UAV project

The solar cells were integrated into flexible sheets and ultimately onto the vehicle wing tips, which will generate approximately 40W of power for the multi-flight demonstrations.


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