Laminating (carbon and glass fiber)


When laminating prototypes, high-strength, thin-walled components are created by applying layers of glass fiber or carbon fiber fabric soaked in epoxy resin to a negative mold. A smooth, high-quality surface is created on the adjacent side. The strength of the component depends both on the thickness and the position of the layers. Undercuts of the component can be realized by loose parts in the mold construction.
Undercut elements made of other materials, such as retainers, can be easily laminated in. The negative mould is usually produced by milling a block material and has a high output quantity. We produce your carbon or glass fiber elements in the desired form for you.