Machining S-2 Fiberglass Ballistic Armor Composites

This paper describes tests aimed at finding a method for machining fiberglass ballistic armor panels used on military vehicles.

Students at Penn State University conducted tests to try to establish a method for machining fiberglass ballistic armor panels used on military vehicles. 

Related Content

Ingersoll Retained by Camozzi Group, Despite Appeals to Sell

Chip Storie recently started work as CEO of Ingersoll Machine Tools Inc., assisted initially by Ingersoll’s previous CEO Tino Oldani. His experience contributes to the company’s continued position with Camozzi Group.