Zone: Spray up
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Spray up is a traditional open-mold process in which chopped fiber and thermoset resin is sprayed on to a mold, consolidated and then cured. This process dominated composites for many years, but is gradually being replaced by closed-mold processes like RTM.


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Rapid Fiber Preforming On A Large Scale

Step 5: The outer screen is robotically removed (large top shown).

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