Zone: Composites Curing Technology
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High-performance resins like epoxy and bismaleimide (BMI) are typically cured in an autoclave under high heat in a vacuum. A new class of resins is emerging, called out-of-autoclave (OOA) resins, that are cured under heat only and thus bypass the need for vaccum.


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Microwave: An alternative to the autoclave?

Aerospace composites manufacturer GKN evaluates microwave oven practicality and cost-effectiveness.
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CAMX 2014 preview: TE Wire & Cable CompositesWorld

TE Wire & Cable LLC (Saddle Brook, N.J., USA) will feature its AccuClave autoclave thermocouple assemblies, which are designed to improve the accuracy, reliability and efficiency of autoclave cure operations.

CAMX 2014 preview: Nabertherm CompositesWorld

Furnace manufacturer Nabertherm (Lilianthal, Germany) is featuring its line of air circulation chamber furnaces available with maximum operating temperatures of 260°C/500°F, 450°C/842°F, 600°C/1,112°F or 850°C/1,562°F.

CAMX 2014 preview: Wisconsin Oven CompositesWorld

Wisconsin Oven Corp. (East Troy, Wis., USA) is emphasizing its line of electrically heated, gas-fired and indirect gas-fired composite curing batch ovens.

Wisconsin Oven officially opens expanded facility CompositesWorld

The heating and oven specialist has added 30,000 sq ft to its plant following record growth in 2013.

Autoclave upgrades save energy CompositesWorld

AIC Group made upgrades and repairs to an existing autoclave, resulting in significant operating cost savings as well as fewer environmental impacts.

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