Month: April 2016

How to eliminate the problem of air bubbles in a composite part? – Case study

How to eliminate the problem of air bubbles in a composite part? - Roski

During prototype trials for its new proprietary product, the Outsider sailboat, the Engineering and Quality team at Roski Composites soon realized there was a problem with two sailboat parts, namely the rudder and the centreboard—both fiberglass-molded parts made using a resin transfer molding process, or RTM. The problem with the parts,…

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The roof of the Olympic Stadium Velodrome: made from composites

Construction:Roski convincingly demonstrated the advantages of composite materials in construction by building the pyramids adorning the facility’s roof.

Although today the building that houses the Montreal Biodome*—a temperature-controlled tourist attraction featuring penguins, bats, toucans, and other animals—in 1976, it was a venue known as the Velodrome, or cycling stadium, for the Olympic Games held in Montreal. As a proud partner in this major architectural project, which was led from…

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A Roski employee proud of his employer and its proprietary products

Roski Composites: an employee proud with the recent launch of the Outsider sailboat and the RSK trailer, he has never been prouder of his employer.

François Demers has been at Roski® for 41 years, manufacturing and repairing molds for composite parts. Today, with the recent launch of the OutsiderTM sailboat and the RSKTM trailer, he has never been prouder of his employer. According to Mr. Demers, “It’s really great to see the company diversifying its…

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