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Aerospace Structures | Design, Test, and Materials

LoadPath specializes in the development and delivery of advanced engineered products and services, particularly those critical to the launch vehicle and satellite community. We provide design, analysis, testing, and fabrication of aerospace structural systems and components within the company’s five core competencies; structural design, thermal management, composite fabrication, deployable structures , and structural testing.

Our highly technical engineering staff has extensive experience in the design and evaluation of multiple payload adapters, deployable payloads, CubeSat components and launch accommodations, reconfigurable thermal control subsystems, missile structures, and reentry vehicles throughout the complete concept-to-flight development cycle. Our exceptional experimental capabilities range from material characterization through full-scale structural testing. All aspects of our product and services development and delivery are controlled by an AS9100C certified quality management system.
  • Mechanical Design and Analysis
  • Structural Testing
  • Thermal Solutions
  • Deployable Structures
  • Composite Fabrication

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SmallSat 2014
LoadPath's booth at SmallSat 2014 was a great success. As always, the conference had great attendance and was well organized. LoadPath would like to thank everyone that came by the booth to talk about future and ongoing collaboration. We are looking forward to seeing everyone in 2015.

Mike Wilson joins LoadPath
Mike Wilson is the newest member to join the LoadPath engineering team. He is a recent graduate of the University of Missouri with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
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LoadPath Qualifies the EAGLE Primary Structure
LoadPath successfully conducted the protoflight static load testing for the ESPA Augmented Geostationary Laboratory Experiment (EAGLE) primary structure. The test included simultaneous load applicaiton of 17 hydraulic actuators configured in various loading scenarios to replicate worst-case launch loads.
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