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8/30/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Reinhold Industries Inc.

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Reinhold Industries Inc. (Santa Fe Springs, California) is a composites and metals fabricator and is emphasizing its precision solutions for various aerospace applications including missiles, rockets, aircraft and rotorcraft structures, and commercial aircraft interiors.

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Reinhold Industries Inc. (Santa Fe Springs, California) is a composites and metals fabricator and is emphasizing its precision solutions for various aerospace applications including missiles, rockets, aircraft and rotorcraft structures, and commercial aircraft interiors. The company operates from a 140,000-ft2 facility in Santa Fe Springs and is AS9100 and NADCAP certified. Capabilities include lamination, automated tape wrap, compression molding, autoclave cure, hydroclave cure, oven cure, infusion, machining, and assembly operations. The company operates more than 60 compression presses, 50 CNC machining centers, six autoclaves and 10 ovens. Engineering and test technologies include CATIA V5 and SolidWorks FEA modeling, mechanical and physical testing, vertical burn chamber, full-scale proof and cyclic testing, mechanical inspection and ultrasonic and x-ray NDT. Reinhold also will feature Astrostrike Lightning Protection systems, as produced by sister division Astroseal Products Manufacturing. 

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