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9/13/2018

CAMX 2018 preview: Janicki Industries

Originally titled 'Fly-away carbon fiber composites for aerospace'
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Janicki Industries (Sedro-Woolley, WA, US) manufactures fly-away parts made of carbon fiber, tooling and prototypes for the aerospace industry.

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Janicki Industries (Sedro-Woolley, WA, US) is emphasizing its ability to manufacture carbon fiber fly-away parts, tooling and prototypes for aerospace applications. Its JBXA prepreg cloth is offered in multiple configurations to match program needs. The cloth is pliable and designed to form complex shapes such as airfoils, fairings and control surfaces. It is durable, cures in an autoclave at 360°F, retains vacuum integrity after more than 100 cycles and enables long out times to accommodate large laminates. Booth T48.

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