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GE Aviation has announced that ground testing is underway on the first full GE9X development engine, the world’s largest commercial aircraft engine.

Certified back in 1995 the GE90 engine was the first to use carbon fibre in its composite fan blade construction

GE Aviation has successfully tested the world’s first non-static set of light-weight, ceramic matrix composite parts. The company ran the low-pressure turbine blades in an F414 turbofan demonstrator engine designed to further validate the heat-resistant material for high-stress operation in ...

GE Aviation has announced that the GE9X engine for the new Boeing 777X aircraft will feature fewer and thinner composite fan blades than any GE wide body engine in service today. To do this, GE is designing a new composite ...
Safran's new composites facility in france

Safran has announced that the company expects to quadruple its carbon composites activity within the next five years. Currently composite manufacturing represents around 2% of the company’s revenue, this is expected to rise to 8% by 2020 and over 15% ...

Composites Horizons has announce the creation of a new Ceramic Matrix Composite facility next to its existing Polymer Matrix Composite (PMC) facilities in Covina, CA. The 35,000 square foot building will be dedicated to the manufacturing of sophisticated oxide ceramic ...

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