Our Mission
 In recent years, the carbon fiber and composites industry has made great leaps and advancements. Because of this rapid growth, the market has become fragmented, creating a chasm between creators and users. Our mission is to bridge relationships between our consortium of creators and a large untapped customer base that has limited knowledge but significant interest in developing composite solutions for their changing product needs.
Our Partners
 The composite-oriented companies we partner with include Research and Development, Composite Engineering, Composite and Carbon Fiber Material Providers, Composite Manufacturers, and National Laboratories. We work with these companies to provide our customer base with the best composite application solutions that match their unique needs and economic profiles. Our Technology Partners & Composite Support Partners: • Structural Composites Inc. • Cornerstone Research Group • Magnum Venus Products • Toho Tenax • Nippon Electric Glass (NEG) • TruDesign • Diversified Structural Composites • NONA • SpinTech • Advantec • Dayton T. Brown • Compsys, Inc. • 4M Carbon Fiber • American Dynamic Flight Systems • Oak Ridge National Laboratory • BASF • Interplastics Corp. • Grintex Solutions • ECC Corrosion Inc. • Atomic-6 • Arkema Inc. Our Customers: • Wabash National • Heil Trailer International • Inoac USA • Transcraft Trailer • Mueller Company • Department of Energy • Walker/Brenner • Trinity Industries • Arcosa • Volkswagen North America
Our Process  CAG is a one-stop shop for composite development. Along with our technology partners and composite support, we provide our customers with full services, including application selection, concept and design, prototype and testing, and processing and equipment selection. Throughout the process, we will re-evaluate our weight-saving goals, engineered concepts and economic estimates to ensure that we are meeting the initial objectives at every phase of the project. Phase I: Concept Development and Evaluation • Determine the best application fit for the particular project and the customer's economic profile • Determine material types, weight reduction expectations and cost estimates • Create a non-engineered pictorial concept Phase II: Engineering and FEA Evaluation • Convert the basic concept into a fully-engineered concept • Determine engineering costs, load cases and product expectations • Test concepts to ensure accuracy of expectations • Re-evaluate goals and economic estimates Phase III: Process Evaluation • Lay out the manufacturing process based on volume expectations and market potential • Determine internal or external manufacturing approach • Re-evaluate engineering concept, goals and economic estimates Phase IV: Prototyping and Testing • Determine costs to produce a testable prototype product • Plan testing • Re-evaluate goals and economic estimates Phase V: Production and Plan for Implementation • After completing successful prototype and test plan, we will work with customer regarding production scale up.
Have an interest in composite technology? Give us a call or email for more information. Phone: 423-595-8899 Email: info@compositeapplicationsgroup.com jeff@topfivecorp.com Mailing Address: Composite Applications Group 10607 Lee Highway McDonald, Tennessee 37353