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Content tagged with Aerospace
posted in January 2012
Composite Plane Repair Aided by Coating
Engineering Materials 
1/26/2012  16 comments
Coatings that make damage visible at certain wavelengths could be useful in inspecting the composites used in aircraft structures.
Surgical Robots Could Fix NASA Satellite
News 
1/25/2012  36 comments
A modified surgical robot is helping NASA study how robots can refuel and service space satellites, remotely controlled from Earth.
Slideshow: Top 5 Robotics Trends to Watch in 2012
News 
1/23/2012  22 comments
The most important robotics trends of this coming year will enable volume manufacturing and greater integration of robotics with machine vision and automated systems.
Recycled Carbon Fibers Save Money
News 
1/18/2012  25 comments
A new family of yarns and fabrics made from recycled carbon fibers have properties that rival those of virgin carbon fibers but cost less.
Slideshow: 3D Materials Drive Additive Manufacturing
News 
1/16/2012  24 comments
New materials, not new processes, have made it possible to produce low volumes of high-quality, complex models, parts, and even complete products.




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