The eight-month joint development project will begin with a concept study for the final design and manufacture of the prototype. Interested companies can initiate participation until October 22, 2020.
The division is now doing business under Aeromatrix Composites, but will continue to design, fabricate and assemble composite products and solutions for its customers.
Alliance, a provider of high-performance composite structures and assemblies will improve Applied Composites’ vertically-integrated composites platform.
With the V-shaped long-haul aircraft’s successful maiden flight underway, next steps include using the data collected during the flight to develop an aerodynamic model.
In addition to fifty years in the composites industry, the company celebrates its growth trajectory in BMC thermoset composites.
A total of five scholarships sponsored by the SPE Automotive and SPE Composites Divisions were awarded to students pursuing advanced studies in a composites-related field.
The ELIOT project, with the participation of the Dutch research center TNO, is developing recycling methods to improve sustainability in the aerospace industry.
The alliance emphasizes basalt fibers’ capabilities as a replacement for existing filled materials and target structural automotive applications.
The autonomous concept, sufficient for series production, enables lower investment costs. Up to 15 cylinders can be produced simultaneously per operation.
CAMX has announced its finalists for the 2020 CAMX Awards. It will hold the award ceremony Tuesday, September 22.
GeoTree Solutions is now a licensed distributor of Owens Corning’s Aslan 200 carbon fiber polymer reinforcement bars.
The region spanning North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany will act as an ideal starting point for Lilium’s development of networked mobility, including the all-electric Lilium Jet.
KW Special Projects is constructing a state-of-the-art Digital Manufacturing Centre in the U.K.’s Silverstone Park. The facility will include support for polymer and metal additive manufacturing.
Expansion of its high-performance materials product portfolio, and strategic acquisitions follow the company’s goal to adapt to changing industries and to turn the company into a Tier 1 supplier for the automotive market.
Continuous carbon fibers incorporate SABIC’s ULTEM powder, which increase high-performance and potential for aerospace applications.