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Composite Alliance is a global corporation operating out of Dallas TX, which came from the partnership of:

  • Techni-Modul Engineering : over 30 years experience in tooling, machinery, engineering & design
  • Shikibo Ltd: over 100 year experience in textiles, advanced composites, pre-form

Our team is made up of experts in their fields and is supported with modern manufacturing facilities, prototype workshops, engineering offices and a research center. With operations spreading across North America, Europe and Asia we are able to integrate diverse talents and offer global expertise to our customers. It is especially important in the fast evolving world of composites.

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Techni-Modul Engineering

Techni-Modul Engineering was founded in 1986 and rapidly became a real innovation leader, specializing in complete turnkey solutions for the fabrication of composite components.

We propose a wide range of equipment and services, in particular for prepreg, RTM, FPTM, thermoplastic, and infusion manufacturing technologies. Our strength is based on the following attributes:

  • Our technical skills for tooling
  • Our advanced knowledge of composite processes
  • Our continuous innovation policy
  • Efficiency, competitiveness and optimization
  • Outstanding quality
  • Compliance with standards, on-time deliveries and within budget

Our clear vision and strong values have lead us to build a culture of trusted relationships with our customers and worldwide partners.


Shikibo provides complex composite materials from textile preforms to final shape components. Our unique expertise in industrial textiles and composites allow us to provide custom components by adapting the textile preform design, infusion process and assessment. Of particular interest, Shikibo’s preforms can be used for any shape, even complex 3D curved beams, tapered cylinders with flange, thick joint structures or fan blade structures.

One key advantage of our preforms is that the in-plane continuous fibers can be aligned in any direction along the main direction of the structure, in addition to conventional fiber orientations such as 0/90/+45/-45.

The fabric can also be reinforced through-the-thickness to improve the interlaminar strength and the preform permeability of the composite components.