In many cases composite structures must be designed as a trade-off between functionality, performance & manufacturability, where the deep know-how of the manufacturing process is necessary. This is recognized by AIRBUS DS contracting SCSDK to develop CFRP/Honeycomb Sandwich parabolic antenna for a Moon mission of an undisclosed NATO member.
SCSDK has entered US market with an significant constellation order for an undisclosed international company building a communication constellation.
SCSDK customer Watts Up POWER has placed first serial manufacturing orders on massive 450kg CFRP/Hybrid flywheels. Our efforts have been recognized by DK Minister of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Morten Bødskov at the event in Copenhagen.
Omnisys Instruments, Swedish company with focus on development and production of high performance electronics hardware for the space industry has contracted SCSDK for design, development and manufacturing of complete instrument & antenna structure for ESA new mission ARCTIC WEATHER SATELLITE. Damir Ljubicic, SCSDK CEO says: “This is a significant step Read more…
Thales Alenia Space, Europe’s major satellite builder, has placed contract for development, manufacturing and verification of instrument BiPods: main links between the scientific instrument and the rest of the satellite, at Space Composite Structures DENMARK
EUROCOMPOSITE, world leader in design and manufacturing of honeycomb cores and honeycomb sandwich structures on-boarded Space Composite Structures DENMARK for design and manufacturing of extremely demanding support structures for satellite honeycomb sandwich panels
Danish satellite manufacturer GomSpace has choosen Space Composite Structures DENMARK to design and manufacture solar panel backing structure as flat Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic panels replacing aluminum panels
Space Composite Structures DENMARK proudly announces yet a new contract signature as part of European consortia led by OPTIMAL STRUCTURAL SOLUTIONS and contracted by European Space Agency to conduct study on Non-contact NDI for polimeric composite structures. SCSDK’s deliveries relate to development and manufacturing of the CFRP structure.
Earlier this year SCSDK signed the contract with Portuguese LUSOSPACE on design, development and manufacturing og several MGSE items including trolleys and handling equipment. Current status on the project is that SCSDK design has been submitted to the CDR and expecting entering production phase Q1 2020