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Episode 4: Pam Schneider and Mike Braley, A&P Technology

Pam Schneider and Mike Braley with A&P Technology talk about how far braiding has come and what’s on the horizon.
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A&P Technology Inc. (Cincinnati, Ohio) is a producer of braided materials for the composites industry. Pam Schneider, chief operating officer and Mike Braley, vice president of application development with A&P Technology, discuss advancements in braiding technology, the company’s work on the 787 and how they see composite technology evolving. 

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