Fibremod, the customized carbon and glass fiber-reinforced polypropylene material ensures reduced weight, cost savings and design flexibility.
The four-page brochure is offered in German, English, Chinese (Mandarin) and Spanish to help promote the company’s servo-controlled carbon fiber (CF) T-beam design and data.
The gelcoat product can be used like traditional gelcoats and hosts a range of additional benefits including lower theoretical consumption, high water resistance and more.
Suited for composites applications in a range of industries, the Summit is engineered with a 5-axis scanning probe, REVO-2 sensors and options for automation.
The Hexagon laser scanner is designed for high-speed and accuracy scanning, and delivers full scanning performance for a versatile range of parts and surfaces.
XECARB SL composites are the latest addition in the Xenia Materials family, retaining excellent dimensional stability and overall resistance.
RVmagnetics’ MicroWire self-monitors composite structures via embedding during the production process. It improves safety, control and real-time data for predictive maintenance.
The software automatically optimizes slicing parameters for 3D printers, reduces print iterations and provides near instant feedback on the viability of a user’s project.
The Glasforms resin formulation cuts down on time, labor and simplifies the manufacturing process for thermoset pultrusions.
The unidirectional (UD) glass prepreg provides good results for UD carbon and glass fibers, as well as woven fabrics in PRF epoxy prepreg systems.