Carbone Forgé

A patented molding technology that employs a compression press and permits strategic orientation of fiber angles in molded parts, adapted for complex geometry with or without primary inserts integrated during the molding phase. Technology uses thermoset and thermoplastic materials.

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Forging variations
Developed in parallel to the Duqueine Group’s (Massieux, France) MFP process, the high-pressure molding process used by Lentilly, France-based Carbone Forgé is described by Vincent Duqueine as “enabling forging of composites, similar to that done with metals.”

Forged composites replace complex metal parts
Powerhouse manufacturer’s high-pressure compression molding process forms prepregged CFRP components with forged-metal properties.

2010 SAMPE Europe/JEC Paris Showcase
Record crowds and reignited technological development testified to the composite industry’s renewed health and the recent recession’s demise.

JEC Composites 2010 Product Showcase
Although clouds of volcanic ash shut down postshow air traffic, the traffic on the show floor helped dispel the clouds of economic recession.

MBDA pushes for maturation of Carbone Forgé technology
French defense firm MBDA wants to apply Carbone Forgé's automated, high-speed, long-fiber technology to missiles and other weapons systems.

JEC COMPOSITES 2007 Product Showcase - 7/1/2007
The annual Paris conclave showcases the global expansion of composites.

JEC Composites 2007 Product Showcase
This year’s Parisian exhibition provides key evidence of the composites industry’s unprecedented breadth and technical sophistication.

Product Categories of Carbone Forgé

Fabricating services
  • Thermoplastic materials
    • Moldmaking and patternmaking
  • Thermoset materials
    • Moldmaking and patternmaking
Composite Structures & Components
  • Aerospace, aircraft interior
  • Aerospace, fuselage/wing
  • Armor, composite
  • Marine, docks/pilings
  • Marine, other