SURVEY: We Need Your Insights About Composites in the Aerospace and Defense Industry

By Julianne Bass


Do you work with composites in the Aerospace and Defense (A&D) Industry? Or are you a supplier working closely with companies who are?

If so, we encourage you to share your experiences. We are interested in learning more about your process. Please share your experience with composites by participating in this research and completing the survey.

The survey touches on areas such as:

  • What is the current material make-up of your parts?

  • Are spring back distortions an issue of concern? If so, how are you currently handling this problem?

  • How do you currently approach manufacturing planning?

  • What are the tooling considerations?

All of your insights and experiences are extremely helpful for this research. Please fill out this questionnaire to receive a free copy of the final report.

The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete. Individual responses will be kept confidential.

In addition, 20 respondents will receive a $20 Amazon gift card. See rules and eligibility requirements below.

Thank you for your help and support!


Start the Survey Now!

To be eligible for this offer, you must complete the survey. You must also be a professional in the A&D industry with job responsibilities related to or supporting the development, release, or manufacture of products that include composite material. Vendors and consultants who sell software, solutions, or services to support product development are not eligible. Students without relevant professional work experience are also not eligible. To verify eligibility, you must include a valid work email. So that we may confirm this, your work email must include the domain of your place of employment. Email addresses will be kept confidential and will not be used for any direct sales or marketing purposes. Duplicate responses will be disqualified. We will notify winners when the survey closes.

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