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Beochien
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Matériaux de construction Aero

Message par Beochien le Jeu 7 Oct 2010 - 12:20

Bonjour !

Les fournisseurs de composants légers, souffrent des retards de développement chez A et B !
Fibres de Carbone, PréPeg's, et Titanium en tête !
On se souvient des guerres contractuelles que se sont livré Airbus et Boeing, il y a 3 ans !
Et si les pré-peg peuvent se ratrapper sur les cadres et roues de bicyclette, le Titanium, rame, hors débouchés dans l'aviation !
RTI de Pittsburg en fait particulièrement les frais !

-------------- Une com de Fevrier, de BusinessWeek l'Article ------------

http://bx.businessweek.com/aerospace/view?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.designnews.com%2Fblog%2FEngineering_Materials%2F30606-Dreamliner_787_Airbus_A380_Delays_Pummel_Titanium_Producer.php%3Fnid%3D2334%26rid%3D16718241

Dreamliner 787, Airbus A380 Delays Pummel Titanium Producer

February 5, 2010
Delays in the Boeing Dreamliner 787 continue to propel major ripples throughout the airplane’s supply chain.The latest pain came yesterday when titanium supplier RTI International of Pittsburgh announced an operating loss for the fourth quarter of $86.9 million versus operating income of $5.4 million for the same period in 2008.CEO Dawne S. Hickton, commented: “In addition to the global economic upheaval, our commercial aerospace customers experienced extended program delays, resulting in significantly reduced current need for titanium mill products and fabricated parts. These issues had a profound adverse impact in the year on our Fabrication Group, primarily related to the 787 Dreamliner.” Most affected are the company’s extrusion facility in Houston and machining unit outside Montreal.In addition, Airbus’ challenges with the A400 military transport and the A380 contributed to RTI’s Titanium Group operating at less than 50 percent capacity. Airbus has advised RTI that during 2010 it will require less than half of its 5 million pound contract minimum. RTI’s mill product shipments for the fourth quarter were 2.2 million pounds at an average realized price of $20.86 per pound, compared to mill product shipments of 3.0 million pounds in the fourth quarter of 2008 at an average realized price of $22.04 per pound.
Posted by Doug Smock on February 5, 2010 |

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Message par Beochien le Mer 1 Oct 2014 - 10:16

Hexcel s'installe en France !

Une fabrique de Prepeg, y compris la fibre de carbone primaire, sur le Rhône à Péage en Roussillon !
Une bonne nouvelle pour Airbus, en 2018 ils pourront fournir les sous traitants EU d'Airbus ... pour les pièces du A350 en particulier, certainement une 50taine + de tonnes par avion, X 10-12 AC/ mois, ça commence à faire du volume et du CA, et une seconde source plus proche pour Airbus !
Côut du projet : 200 Millions d'€ !

http://www.plasticsnews.com/article/20140930/NEWS/140939992/new-hexcel-plant-will-supply-carbon-fiber-for-airbus-a350-xwb#

Hexcel Corp. is investing $250 million on a new carbon fiber plant in France, with part of the production going into the future Airbus SAS A350 XWB.
The new site in Roussillon, France, will include new precursor and carbon fiber lines along with quality control laboratories and offices, Stamford, Conn.-based Hexcel said in a Sept. 30 news release.
The 37-acre site at the Osiris Chemicals Industry Platform is close to the existing Hexcel weaving and prepreg manufacturing facilities near Lyon, France.
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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 1 Oct 2014 - 12:06

Merci

Ca fait un moment que cette usine est en discussions :d
Cool
Dans ce coin la spécialité ce sont les textiles techniques et innovants


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