INDUSTRY NEWS

PUBLISHED: 8/13/2018

Haydale supplies graphene for Juno aircraft

Juno demonstrates the viability of graphene enhanced prepreg material for structural applications and the ability to manufacture components using traditional composite manufacturing methods.


PUBLISHED: 8/13/2018

Laser-processing of hybrid automotive parts

Fraunhofer ILT and its project partners successfully demonstrate production of a hybrid composite-metal roof bow for BMW 7 series.


PUBLISHED: 8/13/2018

Zephyr sets new flight duration record during maiden flight

Airbus’ solar–electric, stratospheric Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) completes maiden flight of over 25 days, the longest duration flight ever made.


PUBLISHED: 8/10/2018

Samsung Galaxy Note9 to feature carbon fiber cooling system

The new phone’s Water Carbon Cooling system is designed to allow it to run smoothly during heavy use.


PUBLISHED: 8/10/2018

ACMA announces winners of 2018 Membership Awards

Each year, ACMA provides a platform for its members to be honored for their work to develop critical markets, advocate for composites and help make the industry successful.


PUBLISHED: 8/10/2018

Meggitt Polymers & Composites expands San Diego manufacturing facilities

The San Diego MPC location is the Meggitt Group Center of Excellence for complex, molded aircraft engine components and structures used in extreme environments.


PUBLISHED: 8/9/2018

NASA announces new space exploration technologies partnerships

NASA is partnering with six US companies to develop technologies that have the potential to benefit the commercial space economy and future NASA missions.


PUBLISHED: 8/9/2018

Schuler continues to expand in Mexico

Hydraulic press manufacturer Schuler recently opened its third site in the country to serve a growing automotive market.


PUBLISHED: 8/9/2018

People on the Move: August 2018

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


PUBLISHED: 8/9/2018

Rocket Lab Electron rocket missions slated for late 2018

Rocket Lab’s It’s Business Time mission will launch in November, with the ELaNa XIX mission for NASA to follow soon after in December.


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