From electric guitars to NASA’s Mars helicopter, Goodwinds Composites is seeing a growing list of applications for its products.
By Kat Zeman, Knighthouse Media
Amelia Cook admits that talking about carbon and fiberglass rods or tubes may not sound sexy to the average person. But when she explains where her company’s products end up, people perk up.
Not every company can claim that its products are heading to Mars – or that they were used to construct props for pop star Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime show.
“Carbon and fiberglass rods and tubes are integral components of everything from electric guitars and balloon arches to drones and farming equipment,” says Cook, who co-founded Goodwinds Composites with her brother Leland Holeman in 2008.