6/7/2019

Are you ready for Next-Gen Aerospace?

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Prepare for the next generation of commercial aircraft programs with a new special edition collaboration from CompositesWorld, Additive Manufacturing and Modern Machine Shop.

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The commercial aerospace industry is poised for some exciting changes. As the industry prepares for a new round of major program launches, including a potential Boeing NMA (New Midsize Airplane), the question of where and how composites will be applied is on entire composites industry’s mind.

CW recently released a special edition, in collaboration with Additive Manufacturing and Modern Machine Shop, dedicated to the advanced materials and process that will likely play a role in Next-Gen Aerospace.

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Topics include resin infusion of wing structures, resin transfer molding of door surrounds, advances in thermoplastic composites and more.

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Coming soon CW will release a CW Talks podcast dedicated to the topic, offering a summary of what the editorial team learned while conducting research for the issue. Stay tuned.


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