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14 Oct
2016

Precision Board Donations: Supporting the Future of Composites

Sponsoring Schools with Precision Board Donations Here at Coastal Enterprises, we place a lot of importance on the future of composite materials. Space travel, aeronautics, construction, and many other industries depend on the advancement of different composites technologies, and we want to see them flourish in the coming years. The next generation of composites professionals..

04 Feb
2016

Sweet Phoenix: Cal Poly SLO’s Triumph at HPVC West

At Coastal Enterprises, we like to look at the composites industry as a fully collaborative effort. Every fresh new development by an individual is really a contribution to a collective knowledge base. Like any scientific pursuit, the most potent advancements are made when information is shared freely between likeminded groups of people. For this reason,..

24 Jun
2014

Need For Speed: 2014 Human Powered Vehicle Competitions

  • June 24, 2014
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Calling the 2014 Human Powered Vehicle Competition “One of the best in terms of teamwork,” Missouri S & T HPV team member Jon Sanders details the Missouri S & T experience at both major competitions on the East and West coasts this year, where colleges and universities all over the nation competed to build the fastest Human Powered..

07 Nov
2012

Congratulations to Our Contest Winners!

  • November 7, 2012
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Congratulations to Wray Bassett and George Leone, winners of the Coastal Enterprises Facebook Contest! Mr. Wray Bassett, owner of Graphic ID Studios in Dover, PA won the Best Design category. Wray’s entry was a sign designed to match the 209 year old building that it hangs on. The sign panel was carved from two 3″..

30 May
2012

Winner – 1st Place in Design – Human Powered Vehicle

  • May 30, 2012
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The Cal Poly Human Powered Vehicle Team recently competed at the ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) student Human Powered Vehicle Challenge West competition with their newest bike “Gemini”, which was built using donated Precision Board Plus HDU. The event was held at the Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah on the gokart racing track...