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Manufacturers, designers and engineers recognize the ability of composite materials to produce high quality, durable, cost-effective products. Composites solve problems, raise performance levels and enable the development of new innovations. Here are some helpful resources to learn more.
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Rotor blades are also an optimal part of the aircraft to test new technology - since they're not baked into the fuselage itself, manufacturers can afford to take on the inherent risk of testing new materials. Taking these advantages into account, Re:Build Oribi Composites is working with aerospace companies to manufacture and deploy advanced thermoplastic composites rotor blades.
Re:Build Manufacturing, headquartered in Framingham, MA is pleased to announce that Re:Build Oribi Composites, has received official notification that their quality management system has been certified to conform to the ISO 9001:2015 standards by Platinum Registration. The scope of this certification includes the design and manufacture of fiber reinforced thermoplastic and thermoset composite components and assemblies.
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- 3 May 2022
- Vita Inclinata CEO Accomplishes Mission: Hand Delivers American-Made Search & Rescue Tech To Ukraine Fighters In Active War Zone
In a recent heroic mission, Vita Inclinata successfully hand-delivered their Vita Rescue System to the Ukrainian State Emergency Service in an active war zone. CEO Caleb Carr's passion for helping others led him and his team to provide vital rescue technology to those who need it most. The Vita Rescue System is designed for helicopter rescue load stabilization, allowing emergency crews to complete hoists faster and safer than with a traditional rescue basket and tagline. With support from the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs and the State Emergency Service, Carr and his team are making a difference for people who are fighting for their lives. Oribi Composites is proud to supply the CFR-TP structural components that help make the Vita Rescue System one of the most advanced rescue systems available. With Carr's passion for helping others, the Vita Rescue System is sure to make a difference for those who need it most.