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Published: 8/1/2018

Infused wing sheds light on aerocomposites future
In the Irkut MS-21 infused and co-cured wings, the aerocomposites industry gets a glimpse of how out-of-autoclave technologies might be applied to primary aircraft structures.

Published: 7/1/2018

A complete paradigm shift in aircraft construction
With its new Torreswing automated system for mold-free, fastener-free composite fuselage and wing construction, MTorres aims to revolutionize aerostructure.

Published: 1/29/2018

Carbon/glass spar cap enables world’s longest wind blade
LM Wind Power goes long with a resin-infused hybrid carbon composite strategy.   

Published: 10/11/2016

On Mars, not just any suit will do
NASA seeks impact resistance in next-generation space suit.

Published: 9/19/2016

Composites enable portability in driving simulator
FRP design enables portable, light-tight, enclosure with an image-projection-grade inner surface.

Published: 4/11/2016

Selective reinforcements boost “commodity” composite properties
Strategically placed advanced reinforcements reduce weight, cost while dramatically increasing mechanical performance and dimensional stability.

Published: 2/17/2016

Resin infusion: Taking off?
Boeing Aerostructures Australia leads large-scale development of resin infusion as an industrial process.

Published: 1/6/2015

Benzoxazines for OOA tooling
Can infusible formulations of this newer resin system produce aerospace-capable tools?

Published: 1/6/2015

Dark knights: Sleek trimarans surveil the seas
Epoxy-infused patrol boats outperform less nimble and more costly conventional naval craft.

Published: 10/1/2014

Infusible thermoplastics via in-situ polymerization
A low-viscosity monomer that can be polymerized in the mold enables infusion of continuous glass fiber with polyamide 6.