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Case study: Pultrusion Process Results in Unique Aerospace Applications

Advanced composites are an attractive option for the aerospace industry thanks to their durability, lightweight nature and cost-effectiveness. When it comes to processes, pultrusion is especially effective for high-volume parts. Many manufacturers find the continuous, automated process can help produce better constant cross-section parts like I-beams, channels, angles, beams, rods, bars, tubing and sheets.  Pultrusion Read More…

How Can Composite Materials Help the Aerospace Maintenance Repair Overhaul Sector Save Money?

The rapid adoption of composites in the aerospace industry have helped the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) sector save time and money on repairs. Equipment composed of carbon fiber and epoxy has several benefits to MRO, most notably in lowering costs. Carbon fiber in particular is projected to reach $6.36 billion in value by 2025, Read More…

Composites Make Aerospace Innovation Possible, Creating Opportunities in Maintenace Repair Overhaul (MRO) Sector

Composites have allowed the aerospace industry to innovate significantly, leading to aircrafts that can fly farther, faster and with more fuel efficiency than ever before. Composites are making up a greater percentage of total aircraft material — up to 50 percent in some cases — illustrating how valuable they have become to commercial aviation, defense Read More…

Prepregs: How Pre-Impregnated Materials Benefit Aerospace Technologies

Pre-impregnated materials (Prepregs) have made a large impact in numerous industries requiring application-specific, advanced composites. The aerospace industry benefits greatly from numerous prepreg characteristics. With the development of advanced pre-impregnation processes, manufacturers can develop a wide range of aircraft components such as aircraft flooring, interiors, cargo liners, and much more. As manufacturers continue experimenting with Read More…

Aerospace Composites: Making the Mars Mission Possible

Aerospace manufacturers research and develop the most efficient and effective methods to produce mission-critical, innovative technologies. In most cases, traditional forms of manufacturing must be reevaluated and improved to meet application requirements. This has created an influx in demand for high-quality composites that include advanced fibers and high-end resin formulations. A portion of the aerospace Read More…

Advanced Composites Improving Aerospace Applications

Aerospace industries must operate on the cutting-edge of technology in order to develop superior aircrafts. Manufacturers from these industries demand materials that encapsulate the most advanced properties possible. For this reason, engineers are looking toward advanced composites to replace inefficient components, as well as improve aerospace applications. Advanced composites can be manufactured to meet application-specific Read More…

What the Future of Composite Materials Means for the Aerospace MRO 9Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) Sector

With a constant need for lighter and more efficient aircraft, the aerospace industry has been especially welcoming of developments in composite materials. Over the past several years, the industry has adopted more composite materials, drawn by such benefits as increased durability and heat resistance, better aircraft life cycle, flexibility and more.   As composite material Read More…

Aerospace MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) Techniques for Composite Material Repair

With a greater investment in composite materials, the aerospace industry has shown interest in embracing such benefits as lighter weight, more durable and longer-lasting aircraft. But while composite materials have been in use on a smaller scale for some time, a greater percentage of aircrafts now feature materials like carbon fiber, epoxy and other structural Read More…

Advanced Aerospace Composites – The Four Elements

The study and manufacturing of advanced aerospace composites is continually evolving to keep up with the rapidly changing aerospace industry. Over the last 40 years, both military and commercial aerospace technology has become lighter, stronger and more efficient. At Composites One, we maintain our reputation as the leading advanced aerospace composites distributor by bringing the Read More…

Advanced Aerospace Composites – Quality You Can Trust

Aerospace and aviation industries operate on the cutting-edge of advanced composites. Composites One is dedicated to supplying that composite material to the aerospace industry. Offering only the highest quality carbon fiber and resin material, advanced composites supplied by Composites One have earned us the reputation as one of the leading composite providers in the aerospace Read More…

The Aerospace Industry in Canada has Access to Top Quality Advanced Composite Materials

Manufacturers in Canada can partner with the leading supplier of advanced composites and composite materials throughout North America — Composites One. Composites One previously acquired Canadian-based BMB Solutions Composites, a leading supplier of advanced composites to the Canadian aerospace industry and other industries in need of composites materials. This acquisition has allowed many Canadian-based companies Read More…

Composite Materials Shorten Repair Time for Aerospace MRO Sector

Composite materials have proven beneficial to the aerospace industry over the past several years. As more aircrafts are designed with interior and exterior composite features, the Aerospace industry is recognizing the many benefits that these materials bring to the industry. One of the largest benefits of incorporating composite materials into the aerospace industry is the Read More…

How is the Aerospace MRO Industry Benefiting from the Use of Composite Materials?

Over the past several years, the aerospace industry has begun to transition toward composite materials to improve the overall structural durability of aircrafts. While composite materials offer several benefits to the aerospace industry, such as an improved life cycle and stronger material, certain sectors of the aerospace industry are especially benefitting from this shift in Read More…