An advanced composites technologies firm is launching a $10 million, four-year research and development project, the MAXIM project, backed by the UK Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI). The project will be looking at developing faster, more sustainable, and cost-effective materials and manufacturing solutions for large aerospace and automotive composite structures such as aircraft wings and car bodies. This project plans to explore the manufacture of new carbon fiber fabric forms and resins that can be made into parts without using autoclaves.

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