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9/13/2018

CAMX 2018 preview: Matrix Composites

Originally titled 'Composites design, manufacturing services'
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Matrix Composites Inc. (Rockledge, FL, US), a designer and manufacturer of a range of high-performance composite components and assemblies, is emphasizing its design, development, tooling, fabrication, testing and integration services. 

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Matrix Composites Inc. (Rockledge, FL, US), a designer and manufacturer of a range of high-performance composite components and assemblies, is emphasizing its design, development, tooling, fabrication, testing and integration services. Matrix features precision resin transfer molding (RTM) and conventional composites. Other processes offered include hot isostatic resin pressure molding (HiRPM), compression molding, vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM), autoclave curing, oven curing and trapped rubber and bladder molding. Notable application types include fixed and rotating engine components, integrated engine structures, engine nacelles, waste tanks, aircraft interior components, seat components, skins, heat and A/C ducts, wind swept surfaces, spars, radomes, antennas, fuselages and more. Booth J101.

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