RMC is located in the heart of Utah Valley, and operates from its new 150,000 sq.ft. facility (below).
Rocky Mountain Composites was formed in 1995 to pursue opportunities to develop strong, light weight components for the aviation and aerospace industries. Beginning with just ten employee-owners working from a small shop in Springville, Utah, the company has leveraged its extensive experience in the design and manufacture of advanced composites into an organization that now utilizes several million dollars' worth of machining centers and large-scale autoclaves operating from a custom-built 150,000 square-foot facility.
The company's wide range of computer controlled machining centers, manufacturing processes, curing ovens, autoclaves and other specialty equipment permit the development of complex end-items weighing only a few grams and just inches in size, to large-scale "co-cured" structures with volumes well into the hundreds of cubic feet.
Although RMC was originally focused on filament winding, its core competencies have grown to include:
RMC innovations include the development of unique and proprietary polymer resins used in the fabrication of composite materials, as well as numerous processes for manufacturing advanced composite structures. RMC offers customers a wide variety of technical skills, material choices, manufacturing methods as well as expert quality management systems to accomplish their project. Virtually all programs and projects undertaken by RMC utilize some facet of RMC's proprietary equipment, processes, materials or technology. The company's primary capabilities, products and services include:
The company has grown from only a few specialty products to now include multiple development and manufacturing programs ranging from missile components and small aviation/aerospace parts to complete airframe structures.