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Composite applications news, August 2021

RTM specialist focuses on aerospace

Resin transfer molding (RTM) specialist Composite Integration says that it has become an official member of ADS Group.

Experimental injection mold for electronics

Lanxess says that has made an experimental injection mold to test the use of its materials in electrical and electronics (E&E) applications.

Composites UK says that many of its events from September 2021 will now be held face to face.

Tool design software specialist Tebis has launched a new version of its CAD/CAM software.

Bombardier reports that it has received a firm order for 10 aircraft from an existing customer representing a total value of US$451.8 million.

Composites UK says that five of its 2021 webinars from are now available to watch on demand through Vimeo.

Gurit says that its unaudited net sales for the first half of 2021 were CHF 258.6 million, a decline of 8.5% compared to the same period in 2020.

The final program has been released for SpaceAM, taking place in Leicester, UK from 14-15 September 2021.

NASA and Northrop Grumman have finalized their contract to build the habitation module for astronauts visiting a space station orbiting the moon.

The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) has sponsored SpaceAM, an event focusing on materials in space applications.

Markforged has developed versions of its fiber reinforced 3D printing material to make it suitable for aerospace.

Lanxess has completed its acquisition of Emerald Kalama Chemical for US$1.04 billion (€870 million), reportedly the second biggest in its history.

Hexcel Corporation has reported Q2 sales of US$320.3 million, compared to $378.7 million in the Q2 2020.

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