Production methods and technologies
We use high-quality moulds, well-developed processes, excellent materials, and an experienced team of professionals to manufacture products compliant with your expectations. We work with all world-known processes for working with carbon fiber and composites, and over time with the experience we obtained, we have created our own technological know-how.
All the elements of a specific single product, as well as the mass carbon fiber products are manufactured with high-quality epoxy resins and top materials. We use a hardening furnace for manufacturing high-temperature resistant items. We can manufacture products up to your specifications for quality and durability. We use technologies such as pre-preg layup and autoclave processing, wet lam, VRTM, CNC cutting, vacuum packaging, dismounting, cutting and finishing works. The CNC cutting options allow for cutting complex elements, cutting of opening, windows, and logo designs of any size.
Thanks to the production facilities we are able to fully follow your requirements for the implementation of your submitted design. We do not use subcontractors. All work processes are concentrated in the company.
We can extract a matrix from your existing part or model it, build a shape and make a new matrix. The complexity of the detail, the budget and the timeline will help us determine which process to take. Depending on the complexity of your project, we will decide which production process to use.
We have a special service that is able to turn your conceptual design into a finished product for production. From a 2D sketch to the creation of configurable parametric 3D models, we offer a comprehensive CAD project for each project.
The vacuum parts forming improves the mechanical properties of the products in an open matrix. This process reduces the pressure in the envelope and the external atmospheric pressure exerts pressure on it. The composite materials are placed in a resin-soaked bag. Vacuum technology removes excess air and resin and seals the product, resulting in a higher rate of fiber strengthening. The VaRTM process reduces tool requirements and can offer cost savings compared to the RTM process in applications where surface requirements are less stringent.
Like vacuum wet molding, RTM is a process that uses a double closed matrix. First, the dry fibers are laid in a metal matrix. The metal matrix is then hydraulically pressed onto the composite object. At moderate pressure, the resin is submerged in the matrix and saturates the fibers. The matrix is heated to shrink during a cycle. To further increase the quality, matrix and content, it can be subjected to a vacuum, which minimizes air pockets. The quality of the finished product is extremely high. This process is very suitable for large-scale production, where the quality of the outer surface of the product is extremely important.
Compression molding is the molding process in which a preheated polymer is placed in an open, heated mold. The matrix is then closed with an upper cap and pressed so that the material can come into contact with all areas of the mold.
This process is able to produce parts with a wide range of lengths, thicknesses and complexities. The products produced by this method also have high strength, which makes it an attractive process for a number of different industries.
CNC cutting machines or computer digital control machines use computer systems and software programs to automatically control the operation of the machine, including the management of quite complex and advanced operations. As such, a CNC cutting machine is used to cut materials of all types, including steel, aluminum, wood, carbon and more. CNC capabilities allow trimming of complex parts, cutting holes, windows and logos of all sizes.
The manual molding process is a process in which the various fabrics are placed by hand and then wetted with resin. The manual nature of this process allows the use of almost any reinforcing composite material, whole, cut or fiber. The same applies to the resin and hardener - the proportion can be manipulated to create ideal processing conditions. The details made with this production process have only one smooth side, and special materials can be added for a finer finish.