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10/6/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Highland Composites

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Highland Composites (Statesvile, N.C.), the composite structures division of Highland Industries Inc., is emphasizing its traditional and advanced composite processes and technologies, which can be customized and combined to meet a variety of specifications and requirements.

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Highland Composites (Statesvile, N.C.), the composite structures division of Highland Industries Inc., is emphasizing its traditional and advanced composite processes and technologies, which can be customized and combined to meet a variety of specifications and requirements. Capabilities include standard braiding, preforming, filament winding (up to 30 inches/762 mm diameter by 24 ft/7.3m long), automated ply cutting and kitting, autoclave prepreg part manufacturing, out-of-autoclave manufacturing, resin transfer molding (RTM), compression molding, solid modeling with CATIA V5 and Solidworks Premium, part design and analysis, materials and process design, tooling design and prototype design and manufacture.

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