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Ten Common Mistakes in Composite Design and Manufacture and How to Avoid Them

The design process for any composite involves both laminate and component design and must also include considerations of the manufacturing process and eventual environmental exposure. These steps are all interdependent with composites and the most efficient design must involve true concurrent engineering. The requirements of concurrent design mean that someone from Materials and Processes, Manufacturing, or Manufacturing Engineering on the design team be aware of some of the pitfalls still inherent in composite design.

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