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Outdated Material Callouts?

Outdated Material Callouts?

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Hey everyone,

First time poster. I'm having trouble finding some composite callouts on an old drawing. The callouts are very vague but I know the part utilizes both fiberglass and carbon composite. I was wondering if anybody here knew what they were and how I could track either these exact materials down or a suitable replacement.

The parts callouts are:

1) EC-TTX-3800-5

2) NEMPT2303

3) C-T-2000-5

4) FOAM TYPE-AIRLITE B-3.75 RIGID 3.25 THICKNESS

I know number 4 is a foam core, but can't seem to find Airlite. Is this AIREX now?

Thanks for any help!

RE: Outdated Material Callouts?

I googled this "airlite b foam core" and found a bunch of results, PVC foam core manufactured by Baltek.

What did you search for?

RE: Outdated Material Callouts?

NEMP.. is multiaxial stiched fabric 23 oz. nominally if i remember with a light chop mat on the back. that company is not no longer. try Saertex, devold or vectorply for an offset.
Airlite is gone. Baltek never made foam only sold others. Try DIAB Divinycell H60 or Matrix 10-8.
EC-TTX rings a bell just cant place it for the moment
C-T 2000-5 dont know.

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