Latest Information Of Carbon Fiber Composites Development

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US $10 Million Financing For All Electric Aircraft Developers

On July 13, 2020, Bye Aerospace, the developer of all electric eflyer aircraft certified by FAA far 23, announced that venture capital group had completed a strategic investment of $5 million at the beginning of this year, and had completed another venture capital of $5 million, with a total capital of $10 million.

Pic source: Bye Aerospace website

All Carbon Fiber Propeller Aircraft Obtained FAA Production Certificate

On July 23, 2020, Epic Aircraft today announced it has received FAA Production Certification (PC) for its E1000 all carbon fiber six-seat, single-engine turboprop. After the first delivery of the aircraft in May, the production certificate enabled epic to speed up aircraft delivery through manufacturing, flight testing and airworthiness certification.

Pic source: Epic Aircraft website

U.S. Department of Energy Funds Automotive Composites Projects

On July 16, Dan Brouillette, U.S. Energy Secretary announced that the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy will provide $139 million for 55 projects nationwide, which will support new and innovative automotive technologies in 16 subject areas.

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RWC Carbon Fiber Board Aims At Construction Field

Recently, Rock West Composites of the U.S. announced to add 3Form Varia Ecoresin carbon fiber building board products to its product portfolio. Carbon fiber has a high-end appearance, so it is very important in architectural and interior design projects. By wrapping carbon fabric in varia ecoresin, the resulting panels are durable enough to be used in indoor or outdoor spaces.

Pic source: Rock West Composites website

US $10 Million Financing For All Electric Aircraft Developers

On July 13, 2020, Bye Aerospace, the developer of all electric eflyer aircraft certified by FAA far 23, announced that venture capital group had completed a strategic investment of $5 million at the beginning of this year, and had completed another venture capital of $5 million, with a total capital of $10 million.

Pic source: Bye Aerospace website

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Roland
Roland
2 years ago

Wow, that’s a charming project. Let’s get one and fly to Malawi…