CINCINNATI MACHINE delivered two more Viper FPS-3000 CNC Fiber Placement Systems to Raytheon Aircraft, which has two more on order for shipment in 2001. Raytheon uses the Viper to produce the composite fuselages for its Premier I and Hawker Horizon business jets. The fuselages "are the largest CNC fiber-placed structures in the world with over 80 miles of composite fiber in each fuselage," Cincinnati Machine said. The Viper order, valued at $20 million, will bring the total number of ...

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