Bally Ribbon Mills

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Bally Ribbon Mills
Bally Ribbon Mills is listed in the Needlework & Needlework Materials category in Bally, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Bally Ribbon Mills which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bally Ribbon Mills on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Bally Ribbon Mills is:
23 N 7th St
Bally, PA 19503
(610) 845-2211

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Bally Ribbon Mills has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that Bally Ribbon Mills has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bally, Pennsylvania is 43 and in the category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Bally Ribbon Mills shared NASA Technology's post.
Weaving processes created millennia ago have helped create some of the most cutting-edge technology on NASA’s Orion Spacecraft as well as for future science missions to Venus and Saturn. Three-dimensional woven composites are helping shield humans and robotic instruments from extreme heat during deep space exploration.
Weaving techniques used for millennia are now being repurposed for space — and the high performance materials that result have plenty of uses on Earth too.

Bally Ribbon Mills shared NASA Technology's live video.
Check out the video showing some behind the scenes info.
We're visiting with our small business partner Bally Ribbon Mills today here in Bally, Pennsylvania, getting a behind-the-scenes look at how they are revolutionizing the manufacture of thermal protection systems for NASA spacecraft and science missions. We'll be interviewing NASA program executive LaNetra Tate about thermal protection systems; Mark Harries, a Bally 4th generation owner and marketing exec; and Kathleen Lenko, a Bally R&D Weaver.

Getting interviewed. Great visit with NASA.

Bally Ribbon Mills shared NASA Technology's photo.
Join us today for a Facebook LIVE from Bally Ribbon Mills at 1:30 pm ET. We'll be taking a behind-the-scenes tour of a small business revolutionizing the manufacture of thermal protection systems for NASA spacecraft.

Partnering with NASA and others enables us to develop cutting edge tech for space. http://www.compositesworld.com/blog/post/first-3d-woven-composite-for-nasa-thermal-protection-systems
A NASA-led team develops 3D woven quartz preform, hybrid process to infuse it with cyanate ester resin (0.5% voids) and achieves TRL5 in three years to replace CF/phenolic in the Orion spacecraft’s compression pads.


RT @brianpanderson: I had a great time learning about how some of our parachute materials for @NASA_Orion are made at @BallyRibbon this wee…


Read about our work for #NASA, creating #3D woven materials for #space flight applications: hubs.ly/H01pyfj0


Join us @JECComposites #JECEurope2015. Hall 7.3 - Booth C62. bit.ly/1BtapK4


RT @techtextilNA: Interesting Article on #NASA and @BallyRibbon #funfactfriday bit.ly/1sGXbFn


RT @PAChamber: PA Chamber member @BallyRibbon in Berks makes NASA product Read more: bit.ly/1AIaJ3S