Revolution Composites has expanded its manufacturing facility in Norwood, Massachusetts, USA. The 10,000 ft2 addition reportedly provides room for future growth.

‘The additional space is long overdue,’ said David Dahlheimer, director of manufacturing and one of the founders of Revolution Composites.  ’The expansion is in direct response to increased demand for braid/RTM hardware and our anticipated business growth over the next 2-3 years.’

Revolution Composites specializes in the braiding and molding of carbon, glass, aramid, and ceramic fibers for the aerospace and defense industries. It supplies production flight hardware and development services to multiple OEMs and Tier 1/2 suppliers.

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