INDUSTRY NEWS

PUBLISHED: 2/19/2019

Hennecke Group North American headquarters moves to new facility

The new facility includes a research and development laboratory, a modern parts warehouse and areas for machinery repair and mixhead rebuilding services.


PUBLISHED: 2/18/2019

Reducing heat in EV motors via fiber-reinforced thermoset housing and stator

German researchers demonstrate fiber-reinforced phenolic motor housing and alumina-filled epoxy overmolded stator with integrated cooling circuits for reduced weight, increased power density and efficiency


PUBLISHED: 2/18/2019

Nordex to produce wind blades in Mexico

The company’s Matamoros-based production facility will produce rotor blades for the large turbines of both the AW and the Delta4000 platforms.


PUBLISHED: 2/18/2019

People in Composites – February 2019

CW’s monthly roundup of people news in the composites industry.


PUBLISHED: 2/15/2019

CAMX 2019 issues call for abstracts

The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo has issued a call for abstracts for Educational Sessions and Technical Papers for its 2019 event.


PUBLISHED: 2/15/2019

FACC receives STC approval for its Passenger Luggage Space Upgrade program

The glass fiber-reinforced composite overhead stowage bins are said to increase space while reducing weight by up to 67 percent.


PUBLISHED: 2/15/2019

EASA completes first flight session of MC-21-300 certification program

During the certification tests, the behavior of MC-21-300 aircraft was evaluated in various modes, including high angles of attack and stalling.


PUBLISHED: 2/15/2019

KRÜSS Scientific Instruments joins IACMI

The organizations plan to use their combined networks to further research in surface science.


PUBLISHED: 2/15/2019

Center for Composite Materials calls for Medal of Excellence nominations

The call for nominations is open until March 31, 2019, and the winner will be awarded at the American Society for Composites Technical Conference held in September.


PUBLISHED: 2/14/2019

Airbus to halt A380 production after Emirates cuts orders

Airbus has announced it will cease deliveries of the A380 in 2021 following a decision by Emirates to reduce its orders for the aircraft from 162 to 123.


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