This presentation will demonstrate a method of producing aerospace quality structural members by using common equipment and materials, which together create a step molding process that emulates pultrusion. By introducing a step press technique, the short coming that hot pressing has of requiring a large mold to produce the part in a single step can be eliminated. Polyphenylene sulfide commingled carbon fiber braiding was pressed in a specially designed tool to validate the viability of the work. The resulting parts were of several common structural member geometries including straight and curved t-section and hat channels. Additionally, large beaded panel was proven to be manufacturable. Together, a demonstration of a simple yet effective thermoplastic composite processing method that could be implemented in the aerospace industry without the need for advanced technology was established.