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Published: 9/16/2015

AVANCO: Driving the industrialization of CFRP structures
The AVANCO Group is producing high-quality CFRP parts into a wide array of applications from six production facilities in Germany and the US.

Published: 5/26/2015

Turning ideas into innovative composites
From helmets to harps to the new Formula Lites all-carbon race car, Crawford Composites pursues perfection in a wide array of carbon fiber parts.

Published: 2/9/2015

Donauwörth as composites pioneer
Airbus Helicopter Germany produces composite primary structure for 30+ years, first all-composite doors for A350 XWB and latest “kinked” composite blades for new “quiet” rotorcraft.

Published: 1/21/2015

Composite tooling without oven or autoclave
No Oven No Autoclave technology has been demonstrated in tooling for NASA, including multiple thermal cycles and use for curing epoxy infused out-of-autoclave parts.

Published: 12/11/2014

Composite phone cases at CAMX
Keyrou showcased its Evutec brand design and production capabilities as it seeks new applications for its high-volume, advanced composite molding processes.

Published: 11/13/2014

Connora Technologies makes epoxy truly recyclable
Recyclamine hardener turns thermoset to thermoplastic and offers ability to design composites to be recyclable from the start.

Published: 9/18/2014

Ultrasound evaluation of prepreg impregnation levels
The Ultran Group has developed non-contact ultrasound (NCU) that can accurately assess prepreg level of impregnation (LOI) with implications for out-of-autoclave processing, inline quality control and even automated tape laying.

Published: 9/9/2014

Leichtbau ist hybridbau
Integrating multiple materials and functions for lightweight construction in the German automotive industry.

Published: 2/12/2014

No-oven, No-autoclave (NONA)
Room-temperature cure epoxy composites with a 400°F Tg, comparable properties vs. commercial systems without external heat or post-cure, and offering reduced cost and cycle time. Really?