INDUSTRY NEWS

PUBLISHED: 2/5/2018

LM begins building Orion crew module capsule

The Orion crew module capsule is for NASA Exploration Mission-2 (EM-2), which is designed to return astronauts to the moon, and beyond.


PUBLISHED: 2/5/2018

Airbus Vahana eVTOL aircraft completes first test flight

Its first flight, with a duration of 53 seconds, was fully self-piloted and the vehicle completed a second flight the following day.


PUBLISHED: 2/5/2018

R-TECH testing course upcoming

R-TECH Materials (Port Talbot, UK), a fast-growing polymer and composites laboratory in the UK, has teamed up with Zwick Roell (Ulm, Germany) to run an introductory training course on mechanical testing of composites.


PUBLISHED: 2/2/2018

ShapeTex preforms successful in automotive parts

Shape Machining Ltd. has demonstrated lightweight composite parts in automotive development program.


PUBLISHED: 2/2/2018

Kordsa pursues composites R&D

Turkish reinforcements supplier posts record number of patents and inventions, with over 25% from its Composites Technologies Center of Excellence.


PUBLISHED: 1/29/2018

JEC announces finalists for Innovation Awards

JEC Group has announced its JEC Innovation Awards finalists, 30 total from 10 categories. Winners will be announced at JEC World 2018 on March 7.


PUBLISHED: 1/29/2018

New Teijin app promises better calculations

Teijin Aramid has launched a new smartphone app designed to help users reduce calculation errors with a conversion tool for the fiber and textiles industry.


PUBLISHED: 1/29/2018

XPRIZE terminates Google Lunar XPRIZE program

The Google Lunar XPRIZE offered $30 million to the organization that placed a craft on the Moon before March 31, 2018.


PUBLISHED: 1/29/2018

Testing, use substantiate m-pipe subsea use

Magma Global’s m-pipe, based on high-performance VICTREX PEEK thermoplastic composites, has recently achieved the world’s first qualification for a subsea pipe product under DNVGL-RP-F119.


PUBLISHED: 1/29/2018

Daher wins Boeing thermoplastic composites contract

France-based Daher, which already makes parts for the Airbus A350 XWB, will produce for Boeing structural thermoplastic composites for the 787 Dreamliner.


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