World-leading aerospace innovators, Kaman UK, has delivered its 80,000th rear fuselage packer to BAE Systems for its F-35 manufacturing programme. Kaman UK has been supplying these parts since 2003. The rear fuselage packers, and 1,000 plenum ducts, have been used in the manufacture of over 500 aircraft.
S.S. White Technologies, the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of flexible shafts and related assemblies, highlights its flexible shafts for aerospace manual valve control override systems.
Epoxies, Etc. and Epoxy Technology, Inc., two established companies serving the electronics, automotive, medical, aerospace and industrial markets, recently announced a commercial alignment to offer more dynamic solutions to clients.
William Rowland (WR) today acquired EF Westaway (Westaways), Sheffield, UK bringing two companies with strong heritage together.
Buehler, an ITW Company and a global industrial manufacturer metallographic equipment and the Wilson hardness tester line announces the 2020 Hardness Webinar Series.
RPI UK has installed two integrated rotor measurement and assembly platforms (iMAPs) at Atlanta-based Delta Airlines; the Rolls-Royce approved MRO facility.
Registration is now open for the 2020 Aerospace Workshop and Event, taking place from 21-23 April 2020 at the BAWA Centre, Filton, Bristol, UK.
S.S. White Technologies, the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of flexible shafts and related assemblies, highlights bespoke flexible shaft solutions for aerospace applications. Flexible shafts transmit rotary motion much like a solid shaft, but can be routed over, under and around obstacles where a solid shaft cannot be used.
Element Materials Technology (Element) has acquired Aerotech Inspection and NDT Ltd (Aerotech), a non-destructive testing (NDT) business providing radiography services to the aerospace industry.
AnalySwift, LLC, a provider of efficient high-fidelity modeling software for composites, announced today that Carleton University is participating in its recently launched Academic Partner Program (APP), and the university is using its VABS simulation software for simulating new helicopter rotor blades.