The 100,000-square-foot center will be dedicated to developing composites technology for aerospace, space and defense, and industrial applications.
Next year’s Chinaplas will showcase engineering plastics that are supporting aerospace on earth, as well as space exploration and research, at an unprecedented level.
A key driver for the world-class facility based in Greenville is growing demand from energy companies and the aerospace and automotive sectors.
The 22-inch carbon wheel is the largest ever, yet saves 6 kg in weight compared with aluminum alloy.
PAEK-based resin system dovetails with machinery, tooling to boost productivity four- to six-fold, enabling out-of-autoclave processing with near-zero porosity.
Trelleborg’s Soteria FRV can be shaped to fit areas of any size.
3D-printing industry experts are watching for next-level developments in volume production and systems that can process composites.
The long-glass-fiber-based Pentatonic battery system weighs up to 50% less than its steel and aluminum counterparts.