Depending on the part shape and dimension, it takes about nine hours to fabricate a large CFRP part for aircraft using conventional autoclaves and ovens, etc. The newly developed fabrication technology, on the other hand, is expected to reduce the fabrication time to about four hours. Moreover, this technology achieves about 50 percent energy saving compared to conventional fabrication methods as pressure and heating media such as heated air is not required. It is also expected to save time during assembly for correctional work using shims because of the improved dimensional accuracy for fabrication.