With filament winding, fiber filaments are wetted with a resin and then wound around a rotating mandrel at various angles to meet mechanical requirements. The structure is then cured and the mandrel is removed. Pipe and other hollow parts are made via filament winding.
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The NRL-developed polyetheretherketone (PEEK)-like phthalonitrile-resin can be used to make composite components including aircraft, ship, automotive and wind blade structural component.VOC-free resins for pultrusion, winding, infusion, and wet layup CompositesWorld
A new line of Advalite vinyl hybrid liquid resins from Reichhold Inc. (Durham, NC, US) are low-viscosity products designed for high-performance structural applications, including those in the automotive and wind energy sectors.Uncompromising composite hyperbaric oxygen chamber closes the gap CompositesWorld
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CW guest columnist Rob Sjostedt is a partner and CEO at VectorSum Inc. He recalls his days at Goldsworthy Engineering and reminds CW readers that today’s product requirements are more challenging than ever, and creative new approaches are required.