Herzog Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
Am Alexanderhaus 160
Oldenburg , D-26127 DE
As Seen In CompositesWorld
Collins Aerospace invests in braiding technology for Banbury, U.K. facility
The multi-axis composite braider will be used to prove out production for complex-shaped components like pressure vessels, battery enclosures and more.
AMRC installing UK's largest radial braider
The new radial triaxial braider will support the development of complex lightweight preforms for automotive, aerospace and other weight sensitive industries.
Tour de France and bicycles: a showcase for composites
Senior editor Sara Black offers a round up of CW’s reporting over the years about composite bikes and the design efforts and complex materials that go into them.
Exelis Aerostructures: Salt Lake City
Braided composite shafts and struts for aircraft are its specialty, but there’s much more to this Utah, US-based rising star.
The markets: Sports and recreation (2015)
Composites are found in products used in 7 of the 10 most popular outdoor sports and recreational activities. Carbon fiber's strong position in this market is strong, but its growth rate will slow.
The markets: Sports and recreation (2014)
Composites are found in products used in 7 of the 10 most popular outdoor sports and recreational activities.
An impec-able bike frame: Handmade by machine
Long on technology firsts, this optimized, automated manufacturing process produces nothing short of the “perfect” bike frame.
Next-generation braiding for next-gen bike
When Grenchen, Switzerland-based Bicycle Manufacturing Co. (BMC) decided to braid the tubes for its impec racing bike frame, the use of carbon fiber and the complex tube designs and shapes prompted the use of radial braiding technology from August Herzog Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG (Oldenburg, Germany)