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08 Dec
2015

CompositesWorld: Carbon Fiber 2015

Landmark composites convention kicks off in Knoxville, Tennessee The composites industry is constantly looking towards the future, providing the means and materials for the next groundbreaking technological advancement. Every manufacturer is racing to discover the next big thing, that next stepping-stone on the way to better technology, more effective production processes, and a higher understanding of our own..

18 Mar
2014

Missouri S & T Students Experiment With New Carbon Fiber

  • March 18, 2014
  • Admin
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New technology and style for the Missouri S & T human powered vehicle.  We’ve been following Missouri S & T and their Human Powered Vehicle team for a few years now, documenting their progress as they race (and win) from coast to coast. Checking in with team member Jon Sanders on the Missouri S &..

07 May
2014

Human Powered Vehicles: The Green Alternative

  • May 7, 2014
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  • 109 views

In today’s world of ever-evolving automotive and mechanical technology, changes happen fast and often. Today’s colleges and universities prepare future engineers for these challenges through hands-on training with teams such as Human Powered Vehicles, Solar Cars, Formula SAE cars and more. A great example of this is the University of Wisconsin-Madison Human Powered Vehicle team...

08 Nov
2019

How Berkeley Formula Racing Uses Precision Board Tooling

  • November 8, 2019
  • Tai Freligh
  • 161 views

The following Precision Board Guest Blog is written by Hunter Wheeler, a student of engineering at U.C. Berkeley.  Hunter is part of the Berkeley Formula Racing program and describes how the Formula SAE Team used Precision Board urethane tooling board to make one-off molds for the carbon fiber pieces of their race car. In Hunter’s..

18 Jun
2014

Cornell Formula SAE Team Adds Aero Kit to 2014 Race Car

  • June 18, 2014
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  • 273 views

Anytime a project involves adding a motorcycle race engine to a four-wheel chassis, its bound to be pretty awesome. Cornell’s 2014 FSAE car, ARG14, weighs in at only 420 lbs. and boasts a turbocharged 2007 Honda CBR-600RR engine and complete carbon fiber monocoque frame. ARG14 got a chance to bare its teeth this past month when hundreds of teams..