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*Before starting, please read entire manual *Changes can be made in order for this manual to work for you 8” x 10” Sandwich Panel Follow all applicable sections of the attached Manufacturing Plan. Objectives:  Understand ply orientation  Understand and demonstrate tool preparation  Demonstrate pre-preg lamination and honeycomb core lamination  Demonstrate temporary and permanent vacuum bagging  Assemble the 3” x 6” I-Beam to the 8” x 10” sandwich panel Assignment: Students must understand and demonstrate the proper procedures for manufacturing an advanced composite sandwich panel. These procedures include ply orientation, tool preparation, pre-staging the work area, pre-preg lamination, honeycomb core lamination, temporary and permanent vacuum bagging, trimming the part, and the final assembly. Students must demonstrate these procedures successfully and completely. Follow the procedures and manufacturing plan. (See Figures 1-3 on page 9- 11 and the manufacturing plan.) Planning 1. Keep the area that you are going to be working in clean. (It is recommended to work in a clean room.) 2. Know the materials that you are going to be working with and locate the Material Safety Data Sheet if necessary. 3. Always wear your PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) when working in the composite shop. 4. Pre-preg materials should be stored in a freezer in a sealed bag to prevent moisture contamination but needs to be at room temperature for lay-up. Pre- prepped kits can be thawed in 10 minutes and big rolls may take up to 6 hours. (It is recommended to thaw materials before the project is started.) Tool Prep 1. Obtain a tool kit and verify the tool number/description. Rev A1 Pacific Coast Composites | sales@pccomposites.com | 1.888.535.1810 | www.pccomposites.com © 2017 1 How-to Manufacture a Composite I-Beam

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