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Airbus, AVIC deal paves way to lighter aircraft
6 Nov 2018
Aerospace

Airbus, AVIC deal paves way to lighter aircraft

Airbus Beijing Engineering Center Ltd and AVIC Composite Corp Ltd signed a cooperation agreement, and the two will jointly conduct research and development on electrically conductive composite materials for application on aircraft. The information was revealed by state-run newspaper China Daily and confirmed by Airbus and AVIC.

Cygnet Texkimp launches narrow-tape slitting machine
11 Oct 2018

Cygnet Texkimp launches narrow-tape ...

Fibre handling and converting specialist ...

Samples of the colourful carbon nanotube thin films, as produced in the fabrication reactor. Image: Aalto University.
5 Sep 2018

Carbon in colour: First-ever coloured ...

Researchers present a technique to produce ...

METYX USA new factory Ranlo North Carolina_ Arial shot _ High res 4000 x 3000 5.8MB
22 Mar 2018

Metyx setting up new technical textiles ...

Metyx Group has completed an agreement with ...

Saertex invests in modern production processes in Saerbeck and worldwide
15 Sep 2017

Saertex invests in modern production ...

Saertex is investing in the efficiency of its ...

Z-stringers with combination architectures
10 Mar 2017

Z-stringers with combination ...

For constructions requiring structural beams ...

G-Flow is chosen by global marine and wind energy companies
9 Mar 2017

G-Flow is chosen by global marine and ...

At JEC World 2017, Chomarat will announce the ...

SGL Group extends funding for Carbon Composites Chair
24 Feb 2017

SGL Group extends funding for Carbon ...

SGL Group will renew its commitment to ...

2017 ICERP-JEC Innovation Awards
11 Jan 2017

Winners of 2017 ICERP-JEC Innovation ...

ICERP is one of the most important events of ...

Sinofibers Technology spotlighted by the Chinese media
23 Nov 2016

Sinofibers Technology spotlighted by ...

Chinese media have widely reported statements ...

“Our group is at the forefront of advanced composite manufacturing research in Australia, seeking to create the next generation of composite materials with local industries, through to global companies like Boeing and Quickstep."
22 Sep 2016

Resins shape future for composites

Deakin's new composite materials professor ...

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