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DESIGN Technologies Ltd has developed the Desitech UM Ultrasonic Profile Cutting process under an R & D contract from a major United States aerospace supplier. The initial application of the process is in cutting uncured prepreg carbon fibre, glass fibre and kevlar, all materials increasingly...
IN 1967 Richard Arnold set up in business with halfadozen employees in Stroud, Gloucestershire, as precision toolmakers. Today, Richard Arnold Ltd is one of Britain's leading CNC production manufacturing engineers for the aerospace industries with some of the most uptodate tooling equipment in...
THE arrival of Britannia Airways' new Boeing 767 at Luton International Airport, in February 1984, marked a new era in British leisure aviation. Since then Britannia has taken delivery of three more 767's.
MANY years before a new airliner takes off on its maiden flight, models of the aircraft will have simulated numerous takeoffs, landings and highspeed flights in wind tunnel testing. Measurements taken at hundreds of minute measuring points in the wing area provide information from which the...
IN order to repair aircraft engine parts that would scarcely merit a second glance from the layman, Lufthansa is setting up an entirely new workshop at its Hamburg maintenance base. Construction costs alone run to DM 16 million, let alone another DM 7 million for workshop equipment. Yet the...
A MAGIC BIT OF KIT this is how the RAF described the Apollo MK3 Aircraft Heater Trolley manufactured by Aircraft Maintenance Support Services Ltd, A.M.S.S., Eagle House Village Farm Industrial Estate, Pyle Nr. Bridgend, MidGlamorgan, following its extensive use during the Falklands campaign.
Semtech has increased the number of military rectifier approvals held by the company, establishing a broader approved product range than any other company in this field.
The Actuation Division of Lucas Aerospace, based at Wolverhampton, UK has won three major orders for work on the new Airbus Industrie A320, 150 seat passenger aircraft.
Sir Philip Foreman, CBE, DL, chairman and managing director of Short Brothers PLC, the Belfastbased aerospace manufacturer, has been elected 198586 President of the 78,000member Institution of Mechanical Engineers. He succeeds the retiring President, Dr Waheeb Rizk, with effect from the...
Charles Stuart, chairman and chief executive of Brymon Airways, will preside at the Conference which will be held in conjunction with the First Regional Aricraft and Equipment Exhibition, announce the organisers, Industrial and Trade Fairs Ltd. RAEE takes place in Geneva, 35 September 1985. The...
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