Custom Carbon Fiber Wound Products Manufactured to Your Specifications

Our carbon fiber filament winding process utilizes a resin matrix and our reinforcing carbon fiber, wound in a precise pattern to produce the ultimate mechanical strength and lightweight properties required for each specific application. We manufacture parts for the aircraft industry including carbon fiber jet engine nacelle props.

Our engineers can formulate three families of resins with four types of strengthening fibers, creating custom carbon fiber wound products which have extremely high mechanical strength and super lightweight properties. We can also manufacture corrosion resistant products. Depending on the application, our engineers will work with you to develop a product using a combination of resins and fibers creating a solution to fit your needs. Contact us today and let's discuss how we can help develop a custom carbon fiber filament wound product to meet your challenges.

Carbon Fiber Filament Winding

Types of Resins Used in the Production of our Carbon Fiber Wound Products:

  • Epoxy Resins - Most commonly used in our products because of its high-strength properties and UV stabilizers.
  • Vinyl Ester Resins - Corrosion resistant resin used in corrosive environments such as acid.
  • Polyester Resins - Basic resin for basic functionality in common environments and applications.

Types of Fibers Used In The Production Of Our Carbon Fiber Products:

  • Carbon Fibers - Used for very high strength and lightweight applications
  • Kevlar Fibers - Used when wear and impact resistant applications are needed

Our Advanced Carbon Fiber Wound Products Have Properties Including:

  • High Mechanical Strength
  • Light Weight
  • Excellent Electrical Insulation
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Wear Resistance

Our Advanced Carbon Fiber Wound Products Have Properties Including:

  • Diameters of 1/2" to 5 feet
  • Lengths of 1/2" to 40 feet
  • Variety of custom shapes including round, square, rectangular and other
  • Tapers
  • Local build-ups