PUBLISHED: 4/24/2019

Mississippi State opens Marvin B. Dow Stitched Composites Development Center

The new research center, built in partnership with Boeing, will work with stitched, resin-infused composites to advance composite materials for aerospace.

PUBLISHED: 4/23/2019

CSP VICTALL partners with JMC on first composite pickup box in China

The composite pickup box, developed by CSP VICTALL, will be featured on Jiangling Motors Corp.’s Yuhu 3 and Yuhu 5 pickup trucks.

PUBLISHED: 4/22/2019

LM Wind Power manufactures longest wind turbine blade

The 107-meter-long blade has been designed for GE’s Haliade-X 12-megawatt offshore wind turbine.

PUBLISHED: 4/22/2019

4M Carbon Fiber engages Lincoln International for acquisition program

The first step for 4M’s acquisition plans is to secure funding for the acquisition of a synergistic downstream carbon fiber user.

PUBLISHED: 4/22/2019

INEOS Styrolution to build production site for StyLight thermoplastic composite

StyLight is said to offer a combination of structural stiffness, aesthetics, processability, dimensional stability and good surface quality.

PUBLISHED: 4/22/2019

NCAMP releases first additive manufacturing qualification program

The National Center for Advanced Materials Performance’s first qualified additive material is ULTEM 9085 resin from Stratasys.

PUBLISHED: 4/19/2019

AWEA reports U.S. wind energy growth of 8 percent in 2018

The American Wind Energy Association also reports growth in wind energy jobs, revenues of more than $1 billion from wind energy and expected offshore wind growth.

PUBLISHED: 4/19/2019

Blue Origin to utilize historic NASA test stand for rocket engine testing

Under a Commercial Space Launch Act agreement, Blue Origin will upgrade and refurbish Test Stand 4670, at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center to support BE-3U and BE-4 rocket engine testing.

PUBLISHED: 4/19/2019

IACMI to host two-day SMC workshop

The “SMC 101: From What to Why” workshop, led by industry leader Jim Plaunt, will take place at IACMI SURF from August 21-22, 2019.

PUBLISHED: 4/19/2019

Williams Advanced Engineering develops lightweight structures to protect troops

The company is using its Formula One-derived composites technology to build strong, lightweight 3D composites structures for U.K. defense applications.

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