2019 Exhibitors Guide



Company Company Profile Booth Number
Composites Horizons Composites Horizons, LLC, a PCC Company, is a leading supplier of high temperature composite structures and assemblies for aerospace, defense, medical and industrial applications. Supplying customers such as GE, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls Royce we offer a range of products including both high temperature polymer matrix (BMI, polyimides) composites and oxide based CMC structures. With a new facility and equipment, dedicated to the manufacture of oxide CMCs, we are supporting the commercialization and growth of CMCs in our target markets. 100
Thermal Wave Imaging  Thermal Wave Imaging is the leading provider of Thermographic NDT Equipment for aerospace and power generation applications. Established in 1993, TWI has played a pioneering role in making thermography a viable NDT and characterization method for polymer composites and advanced and novel aerospace materials (e.g. CMC, C-C, plasma and cold spray coatings). Our systems have been selected for numerous “first-of-kind” applications ranging from the Return to Flight inspection of the C-C leading edge of the NASA Space Shuttle to the first approved inspection of CMC nacelle components for commercial aircraft in 2017.  101
Free Form Fibers  Free Form Fibers (FFF) is the sole producer of “laser-printed” Silicon Carbide, Boron, and Boron Carbide fibers, among a wide range of materials, in the world. FFF's unique process harnesses the flexibility of additive manufacturing and the purity of Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) in a highly flexible production system for hundreds of simultaneous continuous fibers. If a CVD precursor exists for a given material, it is likely that Free Form Fibers can produce fiber from it. Filaments are small diameter, homogeneous, without a dissimilar core, and can be hundreds of feet long. Diameters can be customized from 15 to 80 microns and modulated along the length. Highly uniform Pyrolytic Carbon and Boron Nitride interphase coatings have been demonstrated with subsequent coating with Silicon Carbide. As with fiber, if a CVD precursor exists for a given material, it is likely that Free Form Fibers can coat its fibers with that material. Fibers are available in tapes of parallel continuous filaments appropriately sized for CMC applications.  102
Matrix Composites, Inc. Matrix Composites, Inc. designs and manufactures a broad range of high performance composite components and assemblies. Founded in 1993, Matrix serves the unique needs of customers engaged in critical applications in the Aerospace, Defense and Commercial/General Aviation industries. Full service capabilities include design, development, tooling, fabrication, testing and integration. Supported processes include autoclave cure, compression molding, close tolerance resin transfer molding (RTM) and Hot Isostatic Resin Pressure Molding (HiRPM). Contact us today for build-to-print manufacturing or expert assistance with design, fabrication methods, material selection and tooling guidance.  103
MillenniTEK LLC  MillenniTEK manufactures technical ceramics primarily for the nuclear power and defense industries with a specialization in carbide, alumina, zirconia, and diboride-based products. Our end-use applications range from neutron absorbing safety-related components used worldwide in commercial nuclear power plants and in space, to ceramics used for molten metal processing.  104
3M  Manufacturer of Nextel(TM) Ceramic Fibers and woven fabrics for use in multiple aerospace and CMC applications.  105
Textum Weaving, Inc.  Textum Weaving specializes in 2D and 3D weaving of specialty fibers including ceramic, quartz, carbon, aramid, glass and metal. We have a focus on high heat applications and embrace R&D and application specific programs. With active programs in space, commercial aerospace and industrial our expertise and experience is rivaled by no one.  106
Cincinnati Testing Labs  Cincinnati Testing Labs is internationally recognized leader in the composite material machining and testing field. Our trusted service supplies material data to highly technical industries  107
Bullen Ultrasonics, Inc. Bullen is recognized as the world's leader in Ultrasonic Machining services and technology. In many difficult ceramic machining applications, Bullen has proven it can provide unparalleled value. Learn why Ultrasonic machining is a better choice than conventional machining technologies.  200
Allcomp  Allcomp is a manufacturer of many different grades of C-C and C-SiC composites reinforced by 2D, 2.5D (needled) and 3D fiber architectures. These composites are designed and efficiently densified using CVI and PIP processes as required to achieve the desirable properties. These composites can be further oxidation protected using advanced multi-layer and functionally-graded coating systems for extremely high temperature applications. Allcomp is AS 9100 certified small company. Allcomp fabricates flight hardware and prototype components per customer specifications. Allcomp focuses our researches in developing and qualifying cost effective composites with short lead time for commercial and advanced applications.  201
Bally Ribbon Mills  Bally Ribbon Mills (BRM) develops and manufactures engineered 3D woven products. BRM also fabricates composite parts by film resin infusion, RTM and VARTM processes. BRM manufactures 3D woven ablative thermal protection systems (TPS). The 3D woven structures utilize through-the-thickness, orthogonal and layer-to-layer weaving techniques.  202
COI Ceramics (COIC) COI Ceramics (COIC) develops and manufactures oxide and carbide based CMC hardware for DOD, commercial aerospace, and industrial applications. COIC is investing in automation and cost reduction to assure our customers always receive the most repeatable and lowest cost solutions for their applications. Formed in 1999, COIC has been supplying CMC solutions to industry almost 20 years. Specialties include: Flight proven CMC RF radomes and oxide CMC for turbine engine exhaust structures. CMC radomes first flew in 2008 and over 1000 have been produced for the AARGM. CMC exhaust demonstrations have flown on the Boeing 787 and on multiple Sikorsky programs dating back to 2002.   203
EEMS, LLC EEMS® is a technology company enabling extreme environment materials solutions through the supply of polymers, resins and related materials that enable manufactures to create products that are able to run hotter, last longer and are lighter than metal. Metal and plastic replacement   204
Ultramet  Ultramet Extreme Environment Material Solutions: Ultramet develops and manufactures refractory metals, platinum group metals, and ceramics for extreme environments and high performance serving the defense, aerospace, medical and energy industries. Ultramet is an ISO 9001:2015-certified producer of flight-qualified components, comprised of engineers, scientists, and support personnel, production and R&D facilities particularly suited to the research, development and production of advanced materials including high temperature capability, corrosion- and erosion-resistant materials. Find your material solutions by visiting us at www.ultramet.com or, by calling (818) 899-0236 PST to speak to a member of our knowledgeable staff.   205
Fiber Materials Inc.  FMI designs, develops, and manufactures composite materials and components that perform in the most demanding applications and the most extreme environments. Our core strength is the ability to weave the most intricate fiber reinforcement designs and convert them to products which perform beyond the capabilities of conventional laminate composites, ceramics, and metals. Leveraging these fabrication technologies since 1969, we have grown to be the leading supplier of propulsion hot components and thermal protection system materials in the aerospace industry. Our products enable the most difficult missions, survive at the most extreme temperatures, and provide the greatest reliability to our customers. We proudly serve the U.S. Armed Forces, NASA, and aerospace and industry customers.  206
Element Materials Technology  A recognized leader in testing, inspection, and product certification for over 40 years, Element Cincinnati was established as an independent mechanical testing laboratory with expertise in metals, alloys, and ceramic matrix composites. Our state of the art 65,000 square foot facility and 250+ test machines enable us to provide high capacity service to customers across a unique range of industries, including aerospace, biomedical, industrial manufacturing, power generation, and transportation.  207
Textile Products, Inc.  Textile Products Inc. develops and manufactures high performance textile structures for a variety of composite applications. These include Ceramic matrix, Carbon/Carbon and polymer resins systems. Fabric forms include 2D, 3D, multi-layer and customer designs to meet unique customer requirements. Reinforcements include ceramic, carbon, quartz and aramid yarns.  300
Matech  MATECH specializes in development, prototyping, specialized manufacturing, and application support for high temperature materials and ceramic composites. MATECH is fully integrated, from the manufacture of high temperature ceramic fibers, weaving of fabric, deposition of interface coatings, and CMC densification. MATECH is a leader in ultra-high-temperature (UHT) CMCs for missile propulsion and aerothermal TPS applications. MATECH fabricates CMCs by PIP, CVI, Hybrid CVI/PIP, and FAST CMC processing. MATECH has a dedicated CVI/CVD facility for both interface coatings and erosion resistant EBCs. MATECH has a dedicated weaving lab specializing in high modulus ceramic fibers. 301
Starfire Systems  Starfire Systems, Inc (SSI) is a specialty material company focused on Polymer Derived Ceramics (PDC) and its Polymer-to-Ceramic TM technology. SSI’s core business is synthesis of silicon-based pre-ceramic polymers and SOL-GEL derived oxide forming materials which are used in polymer matrix composites, oxide and non-oxide ceramic matrix composite (CMC) fabrication. SSI’s high temperature materials are useful in a variety of applications where durable, lightweight and high temperature complex shaped CMC’s are required.  Some examples of applications are high end frictional components, electronic components, thermal protection systems, as well as rocket and engine components.  As a key functional material and technology system supplier, SSI continues to support our manufacturing partners to innovate new materials and systems that meet the demands of a spectrum of technology driven customers and end markets.    302
Specialty Materials, Inc.  Specialty Material, Inc. (SMI) is the manufacturer of Boron monofilament and prepreg, as well as SCS silicon carbide monofilament. Current major SMI customers include Israeli Aircraft Industries for F-15 tail sections, General Atomics for wing spar caps, and Harris for space applications. SMI’s SCS SiC fibers have outstanding high temperature mechanical properties which can provide toughness to ceramic matrix composites. In addition, it has been used commercially to increase the efficiency of the manufacture of solar cells used in photovoltaic modules. As a result, SMI is one of only two domestic suppliers of SiC fibers with a production capacity. Its premier SiC fiber, SCS Ultra has the highest creep rupture strength of any SiC fiber. Newer smaller diameter weavable versions (2 to 3 mils) of SCS Ultra have recently been developed and are currently being evaluated by turbine engine manufacturers.  400
Materials Research & Design   Materials Research & Design (MR&D) is a small business that provides research and design services to the aerospace materials community. Typical programs at MR&D focus on the simultaneous design of material and structure to optimize component cost, weight, or structural performance. Additional areas of interest focus upon research into the behavior of composite materials and the development of micromechanical models to analyze and understand observed properties. The analytical approach employed by MR&D is based upon a practical understanding of engineering issues founded upon a strong background of theoretical mechanics.  401
Plasma Processes  Plasma Processes specializes in the development and manufacture of advanced materials, coatings, net-shape structures, and powder processing. We develop, apply and validate coating solutions for thermal protection, electrical isolation, wear and corrosion resistance and dimensional restoration, in addition to the manufacture of net-shape components by vacuum plasma and EL-Form® deposition processes. Plasma serves customers in the government, aerospace/defense and commercial sectors and our quality management system is certified to the AS9100D with ISO 9001:2015 quality standard.  402
Kyocera  Established in 1959, Kyocera’s track record in Fine Ceramics is unmatched. Expanding its reach into everyday products and fostering discoveries into uncharted territories, we utilize our extensive resources in research, development and production to select the optimal raw materials and manufacturing methods for each application. Breakthroughs and improvements in a wide range of industries, such as Aerospace, are facilitated by the unique qualities of Kyocera’s Fine Ceramics. 403 




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