Highland Composites offers our customers the unique advantages of combining multiple reinforcement methods with state-of-the-art matrix consolidation technologies -- all within one facility.

  • Standard braiding (sleeves & ropes)
  • Over-braiding (finished parts & near-net-shape preforms)
  • Filament winding (capable of 30-inch diameter x 24-foot length)
  • Automated ply cutting and kitting

We offer full manufacturing capabilities utilizing:

  • Uni-directional fabrics & noncrimp braids
  • Chopped fiber mat
  • 0/90 flat fabrics - dry or prepreg

We are capable of a variety of curing processes, which can be customized and combined to meet your exact needs.

  • Autoclave curing
  • Composites curing ovens
  • Resin infusion (VaRTM)
  • Resin-transfer molding (RTM and L-RTM)
  • 200-ton heated and cooled platen press (1000° F capability)

Along with our state-of-the-art equipment, we provide our customers with support and expertise across a full range of product engineering and design services.

  • Solid modeling with CATIA V5 and Solidworks Premium
  • Part design & analysis
  • Fiber and material selection
  • Process selection
  • Mold tooling design - composites & metal
  • Prototype design & manufacture

We offer in-house mechanical testing with material characterization and analytical support.

  • Uni-axial testing & impact testing
  • Flexure and torque testing
  • Rapid prototyping (additive manufacturing
  • Concept analysis: FEA and process simulation

Visit the Highland Composites website for more details on our full suite of offerings.

A Closer Look at Highland

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When quality control means everything

Highland doesn’t simply deliver on our customers’ needs. We internalize them. "Good enough" is never good enough.  Learn more

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If you can define a need, we can create a high-performance solution for it.

Every customer need is different. Satisfying those needs takes a culture, not a catalog.  Learn more

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What do we live for? A challenge.

We’re out on the edge of materials science and engineering. Now, watch us go even farther.  Learn more

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How do we define “clean”?

A little bit lab. A little bit factory. A little bit operating room. Our attention to detail starts with a new definition of "clean."  Learn more

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Technical excellence is our standard

Technical challenges are our bread and butter. Please do feed the engineers.  Learn more