Japanese Composites Maker Aims To Slash Cost Of Carbon-Fiber Parts

Japanese Boeing supplier Nippi is looking to reduce the cost of making carbon-fiber composite parts by half, with the anticipated upgrade or successor to the U.S. manufacturer’s 777 a possible early application of this new process. By eliminating fasteners in complex pieces, Nippi estimates it also...

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