Boeing Opens Phantom Works Composite Fabrication Centre

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  • 05:02 AM, September 15, 2022
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Boeing Opens Phantom Works Composite Fabrication Centre
Advanced Composite Fabrication Center

Boeing has established a new Advanced Composite Fabrication Center (ACFC) in Mesa, Ariz., which will be utilized by Phantom Works.

It will be a secure production facility operated by Phantom Works, BDS’ proprietary research, development and prototyping division. The construction phase of the 155,000 square-foot facility is now complete, and the center is expected to be fully operational this fall, Boeing said in a release.

ACFC will enable Boeing to scale a platform-agnostic, modular and flexible digital production system across future BDS programs. Additional new factories supporting subsequent phases of production are under construction in the St. Louis region and slated to come online over the next few years.

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