SpaceAM announces preliminary lineup for September event


A conference and exhibition highlighting the use of advanced materials in space technology is scheduled to take place Sept. 15-16, 2020 in Leicester, U.K. 

Virgin Galactic, NASA sign space agreement


The Space Act Agreement (SAA) represents a partnership between Virgin Galactic and NASA for the development of high-speed, and environmentally sustainable, aviation technology.

CFIP reinforces material with continuous carbon fibers post-process.


Continuous Fiber Injection Process (CFIP) technology works with additive manufacturing to strengthen plastics, metals and ceramics, creating complex-shaped-composites and high-strength joints.  

Simulation software leveraged for rotor blade project


Seoul National University uses Analyswift’s composite simulation software, VABS, for more accurate design and analyses in the university’s experimental evaluation of a SNUF rotor blade.   

Composites suppliers, fabricators respond to coronavirus


Companies across the composites industry supply chain share how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their businesses, and how they are available to help.

SME recognizes leaders in aerospace and defense manufacturing


Boeing technical fellow Kurtis Willden, Aligned Vision and the Boeing Co. received 2020 Excellence in Composites Manufacturing Awards.

Exel Composites launches online service for structural composites

5/19/2020 provides customers greater design flexibility with its wide range of structural composite profiles including channels, boxes and I-beams. 

Boeing-built X-37B launches in second mission for U.S. Space Force


The May 17 launch is the sixth mission for the autonomous spaceplane, and includes added payload capacity for support a variety of experiments.

Sigmatex and Hypetex launch colored carbon fiber solutions


The partnership will apply Hypetex’s carbon fiber colorization technologies with Sigmatex’s sigmaDesign product.

NASA extends SLS rocket engines contract with Aerojet Rocketdyne


Under the $1.79 billion contract, Aerojet Rocketdyne will manufacture 18 additional Space Launch System (SLS) RS-25 rocket engines for Artemis missions.