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Harbor Technologies has manufactured a vehicular composite bridge beam at 105’ 7” long, 6’ wide, and 5’ deep for the Missouri DOT which they say is the world’s longest vehicular composite bridge beam manufactured to date. Harbor Technologies in Brunswick, Maine has constructed the HCB (Hybrid Composite Beam) for the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Saf and Sound bridge replacement project.
The Specialty Group has begun work to develop composite solar roofing materials in sheet form from UV cured polyester resin prepreg called Auspreg. This work forms part of a three year, $7 million dollar clean energy research and product development project which has attracted both Australian and Victorian State financial support.
We are back to share new information regarding Boeings 787 Dreamliner’s much anticipated debut, make that, delayed debut. We first introduced the 787 Dreamliner back in July. The 787 Dreamliner is special to us, because it’s the world’s first airplane to be composed mostly of carbon fiber. This is the 7th delay for the 787 Dreamliner and assuming only a six-month delay, the jet will be three years and three months later than originally promised to the first customer, All Nippon Airways (ANA), of Japan.