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Oribi Composites and Packard Performance partner to develop world’s first advanced thermoplastic composite wheel for off-road powersports
- Default Author
- 10 Nov 2021
- Marketing Sales
Denver, CO – November 10, 2021 —Oribi Composites, a part of Re:Build Manufacturing, and Packard Performance, announce the launch of the world’s first high-performance off-road UTV wheels made with advanced thermoplastic composite materials. The new composite UTV wheels are 50% lighter than aluminum yet are able to handle extreme terrain and driving conditions with no compromise to overall strength and toughness. The new wheels are available to purchase now through Packard Performance (www.packardperformance.com).
For over 13 years, Oribi Composites has been producing high-performance, advanced composite components for a wide variety of markets and applications, including military protective gear, footwear, bike, and outdoor equipment markets. Oribi combines proprietary processes with aerospace grade composite materials to produce high-performance components for consumer applications, affordably and in high volumes. “Packard Performance has been an incredibly collaborative partner for Oribi, and we are excited to see these wheels finally enter the market,” says Oribi’s VP Business Development, Matt Christensen. “Thermoplastic composite materials address the shortcomings of traditional thermoset epoxy materials; they are inherently tougher, can be processed into parts faster, and are recyclable. Packard Performance now has the unique ability to offer a lightweight wheel, while still addressing durability and toughness for this demanding application.”
Re:Build Manufacturing Continues to Expand their Advanced Materials Group with the Acquisition of Wonder Machine Services, Inc.
- Steve Mead
- 7 Jun 2021
- Management Sales Advertising
- Wonder Machine Website
Framingham, MA — Monday June, 7th, 2021 — Re:Build Manufacturing is pleased to announce the acquisition of Wonder Machine Services Inc., located in Avon, OH. Wonder Machine will be a cornerstone of Re:Build’s continued expansion in aerospace, defense, high-performance industrial, and consumer product market segments.
Founded in 1976, Wonder Machine is the most recent addition to Re:Build Manufacturing’s Advanced Material Group. Over the last 45 years, Wonder Machine has built significant process knowledge and capacity to produce high-tolerance machine components in a dedicated, AS9100 accredited facility. Wonder Machine specializes in precision CNC machining, CNC milling, turning, and prototyping, with a particular knowledge base developed around ultra-high-tolerance components for mission critical applications, and supporting multi-year, volume production programs. Wonder Machine will operate as a part of Re:Build CDI, a diversified manufacturer of metallic and composite components and assemblies, also located in Avon, OH.