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Eastman Machine Company

Eastman Machine Company

L90

14203 Buffalo
United States
www.eastmancuts.com

Eastman machines are engineered to improve the speed and accuracy of fabric cutting and spreading. Eastman offers the widest variety of composites cutting solutions, both manually-operated and automatic cutting systems for materials like glass fiber, aramid and carbon fiber in both dry and pre-preg form. These materials are commonly used in aerospace & defense, wind energy, automotive, sporting goods, civil engineering, pipe & tank, electronics & electricals, marine, and other advanced material applications.

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  • Eastman Machines for Cutting Composites

    Joe Phillips, the director of the Precision Structures Group at Harris Corp. has been quoted in the March 2016 issue of Composites World magazine stating that the Eastman automated cutting system "has tremendously improved our efficiency" for cutting composite prepregs. Read more about the high-technology telescope and space structures production in Rochester, NY. Composites World - Harris Corp., Rochester Plant Tour.

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    Please contact us directly with any questions or to discuss your unique application requirements. Eastman systems are suitable for cutting composites in both dry and pre-preg form - with or without peel ply. Our team of applications specialists have significant experience with R&D and production cutting of (but not limited to):

    Unidirectional continuous strand roving
    Bidirectional (woven roving, woven fabrics, continuous strand reinforcement)
    Multidirectional (chopped strands, continuous, chopped strand mat, tri-axial, multiaxial)
    Nonwoven core materials
    Aramid (Kevlar®)
    Fibre-reinforced plastic / FRP (Fiberglass)
    E-Glass, S-Glass
    Carbon Fibre (CF)
    Carbon fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP) / impregnated with epoxy resin
    Carbon- Glass and Carbon- Aramid Hybrid fabrics

    http://www.compositesworld.com/articles/harris-cor...