Park Electrochemical Corp.A global advanced materials company which develops and manufactures advanced composite materials, primary and secondary structures and assemblies and low-volume tooling for the aerospace markets.
48 S. Service Rd., Ste. 300
Melville, NY 11747 US
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Cruise-capable rotorcraft exploits the performance of composites
The Carter Aviation Personal Air Vehicle combines the best of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, in an all-carbon composite design.
Epoxy for AFP of aerospace primary structure
Park Electrochemical Corp. introduced a new, toughened 177°C-cure epoxy resin aimed at automated fiber placement (AFP) processing.
New epoxy for automated fiber placement
Park Electrochemical Corp. introduced a new, toughened epoxy for automated fiber placement (AFP) processing.
Park rolls out new composite strut
Park Electromechanical's ALPHA STRUT is designed for medium- to high-load-bearing applications in aerospace.
Cutting the cost of integrated composite aerostructures
A unitized all-composite aircraft door concept is realized in one shot with no fasteners.
Park Electrochemical to close Connecticut facility
Park Electrochemical Corp. will close its Waterbury, Conn., USA, facility in April and consolidate the plant's aerospace composite materials manufacturing activities at the Park Aerospace Technologies Corp. facility in Newton, Kan., USA.
Park Electrochemical receives Nadcap accreditation for composites manufacturing
Park Electrochemical's subsidiary, Park Aerospace Technologies Corp., has received accreditation by he National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program for composite parts manufacturing.
SAMPE Tech 2011 in Texas
The Society’s annual fall gathering fills an exhibition hall this year nearly as big as the host state.
Park Electrochemical tradenames composite strut
Park's patented composite strut design, used in a NASA and other aerospace systems, has been tradenamed SIGMA STRUT.
Major composites suppliers gain Nadcap accreditation
Subsidiary Park Aircraft Technologies Corp. is one of two companies in the world to receive Nadcap accreditation for Non-Metallic Materials Manufacturing.
SAMPE 2011 Long Beach Product Showcase
Huge show, huge new product offerings … huge success.
U.S. Air Force to offer composites bonding and joining program
The Air Force Manufacturing Problem Prevention Program meeting will be held Nov. 9 at The Aerospace Corp. in El Segundo, Calif. It's free and open to all U.S. citizens.
SAMPE 2010 Seattle Showcase
SAMPE’s first-ever foray into Boeing Country wrapped up with the M&P organization’s biggest draw this decade.
News Briefs: HPC July 2010
Park wins NG supplier of the year award; Applied NanoStructured Solutions signs joint development agreement with Owens Corning; Kemrock begins carbon fiber production
News Briefs: June 8, 2010
AOC promotes Lindberg, Marber; Composites One to distribute Zyvex materials; MAG endows engineering chair at Chinese university; Park wins Northrop Grumman supplier award, Smithers Rapra joins European natural fibers consortium.
News briefs: March 23, 2009
AOC donates DSC to University of Memphis; Boeing considers carbon fiber for 777 wings; Cook Composites and Polymers celebrates 20 years; Composite Resources hires Kevin Bialas and Mike Fuller; Composites One launches MIRteq; Exova receives Nadcap certification; HEATCON earns AS9100 certification; Interplastic increases resin prices; Park promotes Gregory Strand to VP of Aerospace Structures Engineering; PPG increases fiberglass prices; Kaman Helicopters to use VISTAGY's FiberSIM; Zyvax will sponsor SAMPE bridge and wing contest.
Composites 2010 Product Showcase
The ACMA’s Las Vegas exhibition reflected an industry in recovery.
Aerospace-grade surfacing film
Park Electrochemical Corp. has introduced its new Aeroglide surfacing film product line for aircraft composite parts fabrication.