While galvanic corrosion is a familiar engineering problem in the aerospace industry and the military, in recent years it’s become an increasingly significant concern. Because so many different materials are used in today’s advanced equipment, particularly aircraft, galvanic corrosion has [...]
Developed by Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works, a thermoplastic nanocomposite that rivals aluminum in performance, but at a lower weight, is to be commercialized by a new startup. Alpine Advanced Materials has been formed by venture development company Catalyze Dallas, which previously [...]
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Alpine Advanced Materials Brings Transformative Military-Grade Lightweighting Technology to Commercial Aerospace
(Dallas, Texas), March 26, 2019 - Alpine Advanced Materials, LLC today announced that the Company has executed an exclusive global license agreement with Lockheed Martin Aeronautics for the commercialization of Lockheed’s groundbreaking, high-performance thermoplastic nanocomposite material, now branded “HX5”.