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We are a Research & Development company specializing in material sciences applying the Caldera Lamination System process. The CLS is an advanced manufacturing process, a system of fabrication, manufacturing, and assembling components that use our Differential Pressure Assisted Resin Transfer or DPART fabrication process. We are creating a system and chemistry to create inflatable composite materials that can be hardened in real time to the strength properties of autoclaved carbon fiber components.

Founded by John Steven Calder, Instaclave Technologies is currently under intensive product and business development and we have partnered well. With the initial support of the Lawrence Berkeley Labs, we have made great inroads our product developments.

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For Immediate Release - Dated Jan 26, 2020 - Click to download a copy

Instaclave Technologies has been selected to participate in a Request for Proposals (RFP) 2019-2: Advanced Materials Research and Development On-board the ISS National Laboratory.

"The ISS National Laboratory would like to thank you for submitting a Step 1 Concept Summary in response to “Request for Proposals (RFP) 2019-2: Advanced Materials Research and Development On-board the ISS National Laboratory”. The information submitted in the Step 1 Concept Summary has undergone a preliminary review for flight feasibility and scientific merit. The ISS National Laboratory is supportive of the proposed project titled “Zero Gravity DPART Foundry” and invites submission of a Step 2 proposal. The Full Proposal Submission Window is open: September 30, 2019 – January 6, 2020."

"This is an opportunity of a lifetime", declared John Steven Calder, Instaclave Technologies Founder & CEO. " I may not have had the chance to sit in with the Beatles, or spar a round or two with Muhammad Ali, but I do have the chance to look at the stars with my kids, and say I'm up there trying to change the world!It's truly an honor to be considered”!


For Immediate Release - Dated Oct 3, 2019 - Click to download a copy

Instaclave Technologies has submitted a Request for Proposals (RFP) 2019-2: Advanced Materials Research and Development On-board the ISS National Laboratory.

"The ISS National Laboratory would like to thank you for submitting a Step 1 Concept Summary in response to “Request for Proposals (RFP) 2019-2: Advanced Materials Research and Development On-board the ISS National Laboratory”. The information submitted in the Step 1 Concept Summary has undergone a preliminary review for flight feasibility and scientific merit. The ISS National Laboratory is supportive of the proposed project titled “Zero Gravity DPART Foundry” and invites submission of a Step 2 proposal. The Full Proposal Submission Window is open: September 30, 2019 – January 6, 2020."

"We are very excited about the development of our aerospace technologies", declared John Steven Calder, Instaclave Founder & CEO. " We see this as a milestone in the development of our multidisciplinary application our CLS & DPART technologies.


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