CST Composites i14 Perth 2020 Worlds
Saving the world one tube at a time…
Final QC for impact energy absorption tubes on their way to North America today.
When we make sailing masts and structural tubes, we attempt to make a strong, durable product that will stand up to a regular beating and won’t delaminate.
Our energy-absorbing products are quite the opposite! We design them to delaminate and create a maximum surface area at a threshold load to absorb the energy of an impact.
Nice to think our composites could save someone’s life.
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Terrific morning hosting members of the management team from the Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation (ANSTO) at our Sydney plant.
CEO of ANSTO, Adi Paterson and his colleagues were impressed by CST’s capabilities and vision. It’s exciting times with both organisations preparing to collaborate closely over the coming years, as CST Composites looks to transition to a new state of the art facility within the ANSTO Innovation Precinct in southern Sydney and support the nandin incubator for innovative technology start-ups.
‘nandin’ is a word from the dialect of the local indigenous Dharawal people meaning ‘looking ahead’.
Check out https://innovation.ansto.gov.au/about/ to find out more about ANSTO’s Innovation Precinct.
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