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Published: 4/17/2017

Webinar: Composites in space applications
CompositesWorld is hosting a free Siemens PLM Software-sponsored webinar on April 26 at 2:00 pm EDT, titled "Efficient Development Processes for Composites in Space Applications."

Published: 4/17/2017

Webinar: Automated composites manufacturing
CompositesWorld is presenting a free CGTech-sponsored webinar on Thursday, April 20, at 2:00 pm EDT, titled "Roadmap to Automated Composites Manufacturing."

Published: 3/3/2017

Assembly Guidance Systems is now Aligned Vision
The company says the new name reflects its expanded vision for composite fabrication management

Published: 2/13/2017

Roccor leverages SwiftComp software for composites simulation
AnalySwift recently licensed the SwiftComp technology through the Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization.

Published: 1/23/2017

Two webinars this week emphasize aeroengines and braiding technology
Jan. 25, sponsored by Siemens, focuses on digitalization of composites in aeroengines. Jan. 26, sponsored by A&P Technology, focuses on use of braided fabrics to optimize composites fabrication.

Published: 1/10/2017

More companies join NASA’s Advanced Composites Consortium
The project’s goal is to reduce product development and certification timelines by 30 percent for composite aircraft.

Published: 1/9/2017

South Korea Agency for Defense Development licenses VABS composite simulation software
The agency will use the software to accelerate design and analysis of composite slender structures.

Published: 1/3/2017

Top composites news stories of 2016
A look back at the most-clicked news articles of 2016 based on page views.

Published: 1/3/2017

NLign Analytics receives U.S. Department of Defense Achievement Award 
The company was recognized for demonstrating a 33 percent reduction in material review board labor hours for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program.

Published: 11/17/2016

Technical University of Munich uses AnalySwift software for design of composite rotorcraft blades
The main objective of this project is to gain knowledge during high altitude flight-tests about the performances and the autonomous flight control system.