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The first Airbus A320neo aircraft, which makes extensive use of Hexcel’s weight-saving #composites, has completed its maiden flight. #aerospace http://ow.ly/C5H2m
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By 2030, Hawaiian Electric Industries plans to get 8% of its renewable power from #wind: http://ow.ly/BCn3m
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Our printers let users check up to five results to perform an action. #composites http://ow.ly/AySvR
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Find out more about our hot bonders: http://ow.ly/zJ3Fl
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Wichita, Kansas, which is home to #aviation companies such as Bombardier, Cessna, Hawker Beechcraft, Spirit Aerosystems and Airbus as well as more than 200 small and medium-sized firms, supplied 48% of global aviation deliveries in 2012. http://ow.ly/zt1xH
Comprehensive, efficient air travel is a hallmark of modern economies. This is obvious in China, where rapid growth of air passengers and air hubs has accompanied its economic boom. To meet growing demand, as well as improve ...
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The 4 MW two-turbine Barrachois wind farm in Cape Breton has been approved: http://ow.ly/zcxgK
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On a Boeing 787 jet, “a little over 50% of the plane is made from #composite materials…” #aerospace

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The College of Southern Idaho’s #Wind Energy program lets students earn a technical certificate or associate degree. http://ow.ly/AXW4L
TWIN FALLS • Kip Morris gives his students an early introduction to what it’s like being a wind energy technician.
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NASA is interested in the University of Maine’s Bridge-in-a-Backpack composite technology: #aerospace http://ow.ly/AyStB
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At the Broken Bow #Wind II site, 43 new wind turbines are being installed: http://ow.ly/zJ3CO
BROKEN BOW — The landscape east of Broken Bow saw a dramatic change two years ago with the construction of the 50 towers and turbines of the Broken Bow Wind I project.
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General Dynamics’ chief executive and Pratt & Whitney’s president says demand for private jets is on the rise: #aviation http://ow.ly/zt1tX
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Japan’s Mitsubishi #Aircraft will test its new Mitsubishi Regional Jet in Moses Lake, Washington, where about 100 people will work on the 78- and 92-seat planes, which are smaller than any of Boeing’s jets. http://ow.ly/zcxe2
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Safe, Reliable and Value Packed Hot Bond Composite Repair Systems
Introduction

From the beginning, the idea behind WichiTech Industries, Inc. was to design and manufacture simple, safe, reliable and value packed composite repair systems that would do your job as we do ours - with quality and customized care. In a world where excellence and economy don't often coincide, WichiTech has maintained our founding principles with a unique customer-focused program that sets us apart and above the competition.

We start with high quality construction and attention to detail that translate into top product performance. You'll notice the difference on the job. In design and in construction, we make sure to keep our repair systems, equipment and accessories simple to operate, durable, user-friendly, and problem free. We concentrate on advancing the industry's technology while maintaining our product's traditional ease of use.

Large enough to be on the cutting edge in research, engineering and development, small enough to provide individualized service and fast turn-around, WichiTech balances its strengths to produce the best bonder and bonding equipment for your budget. Features that are costly extras on competitor's systems come as economical standard components on the WichiTech ever-expanding product line.

Since the company's founding, we have enjoyed steady, long term growth and increasing sales. We take pride in that accomplishment but, more important, we take note of what that achievement reflects: customer satisfaction. With a customer base that includes the military and commercial sectors and ranges from large, sophisticated operations to small repair shops, we meet a wide variety of client needs and requirements.

We would like to count you among our satisfied customers.