Month: May 2012

In desert ‘aircraft graveyards’, where retired planes often go when flight service ends, good parts are removed and sold and many materials are recycled. Increasingly popular strong, light carbon fibre composites (or carbon fibre reinforced plastics) were once too difficult ...

England’s most popular footballers of the last 25 years have been immortalised in a new sculpture which imitates Mount Rushmore Artist Aden Hynes Mount Rushmore-style sculpture of four of England’s iconic players was made using fibreglass and concrete and weighs ...

Taiwanese computer manufacturer Gigabyte has created the world’s first all carbon fibre notebook. The 11.6 inch X11 weighs in it just over 2 pounds which makes it the lightest laptop currently on the market in its size range The machine ...

SpaceShipTwo Set to Go for Heavy-Weight Glide Tests with Supersonic Flight Targeted for Year End Virgin Galactic have announced that its vehicle developer, Scaled Composites has been granted an experimental launch permit from the Federal Aviation Administration for its suborbital ...

For the last two years the Sauber F1 Team mechanics have been using their downtime to slice a Formula One racing car lengthwise down the middle with the precision of true craftsmen. Chief Designer Matt Morris quite literally gets underneath ...

The first wing created for the defender of the America’s Cup was rolled out of Core Builders Composites, New Zealand and is on it’s way to America.

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