PUBLISHED: 4/30/2018

Ford to use 3D printers from Impossible Objects

Impossible Objects announced that Ford Motor Company recently purchased two Model One 3D printing machines to be used for research and development.

PUBLISHED: 4/30/2018

Boeing and Triumph extend composite parts agreement for 787 Dreamliner

Since the original contract award in 2009, Triumph has provided composite frame assemblies and details for more than 745 Dreamliner airplanes.

PUBLISHED: 4/30/2018

OHB to negotiate implentation of ESA exoplanet research satellite

The European Space Agency has selected OBH System AG as industrial prime contractor to negotiate the implementation of its PLATO satellite, which will detect and conduct research into exoplanets.

PUBLISHED: 4/30/2018

Shape doubles their factory space

Continued expansion at Shape includes the addition of 5,000 square feet of space to their manufacturing facility for expanded machining operation and in-house composites R&D.

PUBLISHED: 4/27/2018

Euro study seeks optimally damage-tolerant infrastructure composites

A research project involving participants from five European countries, Damage Controlled Composite Materials, will seek more damage-tolerant composite materials for bridges, buildings, wind turbine blades and offshore structures.

PUBLISHED: 4/27/2018

Airbus and Rolls-Royce sign UltraFan engine flight testing agreement

Airbus’ powerplant integration expertise to play an important role in optimising the fuel efficiency gains of Rolls-Royce’s UltraFan engine demonstrator.

PUBLISHED: 4/27/2018

SGL Group and Hyundai extend fuel-cell component partnership

SGL Group will deliver SIGRACET gas diffusion layers for the fuel cell to Hyundai for its new NEXO model.

PUBLISHED: 4/26/2018

Chomarat develops new carbon fiber tape for Figaro Beneteau 3

Designed to meet the standards of industrial production, the new C-TAPE reinforces the foils of the Figaro Beneteau 3, which improve the monohull’s stability and performance.

PUBLISHED: 4/26/2018

Airbus Ultra Long Range A350 XWB performs first flight

The latest variant of the A350 XWB family of aircraft will enter service with launch operator Singapore Airlines in the second half of 2018.

PUBLISHED: 4/25/2018

UAMMI to produce 3D printed parts for Air Force

The Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative has been awarded nearly $1M in federal funds to produce carbon composite additive manufactured parts for the Air Force.

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