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In vinylester molecules, there are fewer unsaturated sites for cross-linking than in polyesters or epoxies and, therefore, a cured vinylester provides increased ductility and toughness. 5 Cyanate Esters Cyanate esters offer excellent strength and toughness, better electrical properties, and lower moisture absorption compared to other resins. If they are formulated correctly, their high-temperature properties are similar to bismaleimide and polyimide resins. They are used for a variety of applications, including spacecrafts, aircrafts, missiles, antennae, radomes, microelectronics, and microwave products.

Epoxies can operate well up to temperatures of 200 to 250°F, and there are epoxies that can perform well up to 400°F. For high-temperature and high-performance epoxies, the cost increases, but they offer good chemical and corrosion resistance. Epoxies come in liquid, solid, and semi-solid forms. Liquid epoxies are used in RTM, filament winding, pultrusion, hand lay-up, and other processes with various reinforcing fibers such as glass, carbon, aramid, boron, etc. Semi-solid epoxies are used in prepreg for vacuum bagging and autoclave processes.

This changing environment created many new needs and opportunities, which are only possible with the advances in new materials and their associated manufacturing technology. In the past decade, several advanced manufacturing technology and material systems have been developed to meet the requirements of the various market segments. Several industries have capitalized on the benefits of composite materials. The vast expansion of composite usage can be attributed to the decrease in the cost of fibers, as well as the development of automation techniques and high-volume production methods.

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