North Coast Composites Inc.Nadcap-accredited RTM manufacturer of production-quantity composite components for the aerospace, transportation and medical industries. Offerings include consulting and process development, tool manufacturing and proofing, small- and large-lot serial production. Maintains ISO 9001, AS 9100 and Nadcap certifications.
4605 Spring Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44131-1021 US
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AGC AeroComposites acquires North Coast Composites
The deal includes North Coast Composites Inc. and North Coast Tool and Mold Corp., both based in Cleveland, Ohio.
New Briefs: June 7, 2011
Oxeon consolidates its spread tow products under TeXtreme brand name; Osborne Industries named Outstanding Supplier by Altec Industries; PPG-Devold earns ISO 9001:2008 certification; JD Lincoln receives 2010 Boeing Performance Excellence Award; Companies of North Coast receives performance award; Hexcel U.K. lab accredited for wind energy products.
Business Briefs: May 2011 HPC
Advanced Composites Group, C.A. Litzler, The Tomcat Group, SGL, North Coast Composites, GRPMS, Sikorsky.
North Coast Composites wins rudder contract for Gulfstream G250
Israel Aerospace Industries awards North Coast Composites $6 million contract to produce 250 carbon fiber/epoxy rudders via resin transfer molding for the Gulfstream G250 business jet.
SAMPE 2010 Seattle Showcase
SAMPE’s first-ever foray into Boeing Country wrapped up with the M&P organization’s biggest draw this decade.
Second Gulfstream G250 takes to the air
The G250 features a one-piece rudder made of composites and manufactured using resin transfer molding process.
RTM showcase: One-Piece Rudder
A transatlantic design team uses concurrent engineering to integrate rudder spars, ribs and skins in a single RTM cycle.
SAMPE 2009 Product Showcase
Showgoers at the SAMPE 2009 Conference and Exhibiton in Baltimore, Md. found many suppliers undeterred by poor economic news.
Tooling Update: New dimensions in tooling
Nanoenhancements, out-of-autoclave strategies and low-pressure RTM headline efforts to increase mold quality and productivity and cut tool cost.
Tooling And Toolmaking Innovations Continue
New products and practices advance the efficiency and economy of advanced composite part production.
Autoclave Quality Outside The Autoclave?
Pioneers of out-of-autoclave processing in aerospace applications answer a qualified but enthusiastic Yes!
Composite fan blade containment case
Innovative use of carbon-fiber braid yields a ductile structure that resists blade impact.
Liquid Composite Molding Achieves Aerospace Quality
Improvements in materials, tooling and process control bring RTM and VARTM into the realm of aerospace components.
New Approaches To Cost-effective Tooling
New methods, materials and philosophies add up to tooling innovations.