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11/18/2015

Non-MDA polyimide prepregs and adhesives

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Renegade Materials Corp. (Springboro, OH, US) exhibited with sister company Maverick Corp. and featured a range of non-MDA polyimide prepreg and adhesive products.

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Renegade Materials Corp. (Springboro, OH, US) exhibited with sister company Maverick Corp. and featured a range of non-MDA polyimide prepreg and adhesive products. Renegade Materials’ 371°C polyimide prepreg system, RM-1100, has recently been selected for qualification at multiple international aerospace OEMs. Renegade’s 316°C MVK-14 Freeform is now flying on commercial engine and aircraft platforms and is in evaluation on primary structure for new, advanced military engines. RM-3004 is Renegade’s out-of-autoclave-curing BMI with application in aerospace structures and tooling. These products are currently in production and qualification at multiple aerospace primes.

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