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Published: 6/13/2019

Marshall Aerospace and Defence 3D-prints aerospace parts
The company is using Stratasys 3D printers for prototype and production parts using composites and other advanced materials.

Published: 6/11/2019

Raytheon to merge with United Technologies Corp.
The new company, Raytheon Technologies Corp., will combine defense and aerospace capabilities from both companies.

Published: 6/6/2019

F-35 fleet surpasses 200,000 flight hours, 400th F-35 delivered
The 400th production aircraft is a U.S. Air Force F-35A, to be delivered to Hill Air Force Base, Utah by Lockheed Martin and the F-35 Joint Program Office.

Published: 5/28/2019

Lockheed Martin selects iBASEt digital manufacturing solution
The digital manufacturing suite will be used for tracking prepreg out time on Lockheed Martin’s defense aircraft applications, among other manufacturing operations.

Published: 5/27/2019

DARPA presents TFF program for low-cost composites for defense
Results reviewed at SAMPE 2019 show new materials and side-by-side comparisons of thermoset, thermoplastic, HP-RTM and press-forming, including PtFS molding cell.

Published: 5/23/2019

UAMMI, Impossible Objects build composite parts for U.S. Air Force
UAMMI is using Impossible Objects’ composite 3D printing technology to build 3D-printed carbon fiber/thermoplastic replacement parts for defense aircraft.

Published: 5/17/2019

AeroVironment to launch innovation center in Boston
The New England Innovation Center will bring new robotics and UAS engineering development to the company’s first office outside of California.

Published: 5/14/2019

FACC recognizes top-performing suppliers
Top winners of FACC’s annual Supplier Awards include autoclave and composites manufacturers.

Published: 5/10/2019

Markforged launches first FR continuous fiber-reinforced plastic for 3D printing
V-0 rated Onyx FR to open new applications in aerospace, defense and automotive

Published: 5/8/2019

U.S. and Japanese scientists partner on composite simulation study
Scientists from the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and the Japanese Ministry of Defense will use simulation software to study impact effects on composites used in figher aircraft.