Coriolis Composites is carrying its own R&D projects to push the limits of its expertise. It also forms partnerships with research centers to build the future of composite as a game changing industrial activity.
A Coriolis C1 within the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) at Wichita State University to contribute to the technology development efforts in the area of three-dimensional thermoplastics automation and enhance collaborative projects with industry.
A Coriolis C1 8 fibers to power the exploitation of composites opportunities for the future aerospace programs of the National Composites Centre (NCC).
Coriolis C1 16 fibers to participate to the development of future automotive programs developed by the Korea Institute of Carbon Convergence Technology (KCTECH).
Coriolis C1 One fiber to enhance the ThermoPlastic composites Research Center (TPRC) capacity to develop industrial applications and aerospace programs.
Coriolis C1 8 fibers acquired by the National Aerospace Laboratory of the Netherlands (NLR), enabling Dutch industry to develop and produce large composite components at low cost and at a high rate.
Coriolis C1 8 fibers to enable researches of the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Casting, Composite and Processing Technology (IGCV) in intelligent lightweight design and automated manufacturing processes for automotive, aircraft, plant, and mechanical engineering.
Coriolis C1 16 fibers and Csolo to allow Compositadour, the technological platform specialized in advanced processes in composites, automation and additive manufacturing, to carry out programs with Airbus, Dassault or Stelia Aerospace.
Coriolis C1 8 fibers and C-Solo available within the ComposiTIC technical platform specialized in design of materials and automated fiber placement technology for the main actors of automobile, nautism or marine renewable energies sectors.
Coriolis C1 8 fibers to support Novotech in the design and manufacturing of composite structures for aerospace programs with Airbus and ATR.
Coriolis C1 8 fibers to participate to the development of composite nacelles for the next generation of Russian engines to be produced by UEC.
Coriolis C1 8 fibers 1/8 inch for research on the efficient manufacturing of high complexity parts with new material systems at the Chair of Carbon Composites (LCC) of Technical University Munich (TUM).