Park Aerospace Corp.
486 N. Oliver Road
Newton , KS 67114 US
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Park Aerospace Corp. introduces mid-toughened epoxy resin system
The E-752-MTS mid-toughened 350°F (177°C) cure epoxy system is designed for primary and secondary aircraft structure applications.
Park Aerospace Corp. breaks ground on facility expansion
The 90,000-square-foot expansion to the Kansas facilities includes upgraded hot-melt film and tape lines, and a new R&D lab.
Park puts focus on aerospace business
Park Electrochemical Corp. announces the merger of its aerospace technologies subsidiary and a company name change to Park Aerospace Corp.
Park Electrochemical Corp. to expand aerospace composites facilities
The company has announced a major expansion of its aerospace manufacturing, development and design operations located in Newton, KS, US.
Park Aerospace's epoxy, cyanate ester resins target advanced radome applications
Park Electromechanical Corp. has introduced RadarWave, a new family of prepreg materials developed for the fabrication of advanced radome systems, principally for aerospace and defense applications.
New prepreg material designed for advanced radome systems
Park Electrochemical Corp.’s RadarWave materials are said to exhibit transmissivity properties similar to those of higher cost materials used to manufacture advanced radome systems.
Cruise-capable rotorcraft exploits the performance of composites
The Carter Aviation Personal Air Vehicle combines the best of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, in an all-carbon composite design.
Cutting the cost of integrated composite aerostructures
A unitized all-composite aircraft door concept is realized in one shot with no fasteners.
SAMPE Tech 2011 in Texas
The Society’s annual fall gathering fills an exhibition hall this year nearly as big as the host state.
SAMPE 2011 Long Beach Product Showcase
Huge show, huge new product offerings … huge success.
SAMPE 2010 Seattle Showcase
SAMPE’s first-ever foray into Boeing Country wrapped up with the M&P organization’s biggest draw this decade.
Composites 2010 Product Showcase
The ACMA’s Las Vegas exhibition reflected an industry in recovery.
Very Light Jets Creating A Demand For Composites
"Baby" jets are causing an aviation buzz but will the market exist?
SAMPE Europe/JEC Composites 2009 preview
SAMPE Europe’s 30th annual spring conclave and the nearby JEC Composites Show characterize the latest in material and process technologies.
Shared composite material property databases
For more than a decade, NASA, FAA, industry and academia have been working toward the goal of creating a centralized composite material property database similar to that for metals. Their efforts, while productive, have not come with the war-like strength that the standardization of metals did. The composites industry is guided by Composite Materials Handbook 17 or CMH-17 (formerly known as MIL-HDBK-17).
Flying high on composite wings
FRP wings, fuselages and other primary and secondary structures on GA prop, turboprop and jet aircraft help lift this market to unprecedented heights.
SAMPE 2005 Product Showcase
SAMPE's U.S. Symposium and Exhibition highlights technological innovation and market expansion.
Tubular composite core stiffens launch vehicle structure
ChamberCore, an alternative to traditional sandwich laminates, also improves vibro-acoustic damping.
JEC Composites 2003 SAMPE Europe Conference Review
Paris is the debut stage for a galaxy of composites industry innovations.
AGATE Methodology Proves Its Worth
Increased availability, lower testing costs and shorter development times are among the program's achievements.