Composite Plus uses in his production a range of advanced composite manufacturing techniques and conventional quality lamination.
We are committed to provide innovative, well-engineered and state-of-the-art solutions to our customers.
The advanced technologies, which Composite Plus often uses, are closed moulding processes. These technologies offers many benefits when compared to conventional hand lay-up techniques in way of improved consolidation, lower void content, reduced resin content and far better repeatability.
As it is a closed mould process, it virtually eliminates potentially harmful volatile organic compound emissions and is also a very clean process. The range of technologies, which we use in our production.
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5 Axis CNC milling
Our 5 axis CNC milling machine produces plugs with the surface roughness of up to 0.17-0.2 mm and fine milling with scallop 0,01 mm.Learn more
Hand lamination involves the saturating of reinforcement material made from glass, carbon, or aramid fibres with a cold-curing resin.Learn more
Vacuum infusion (also called Resin Infusion) is an industry wide term describing a composite manufacturing process whereby the fabric reinforcement and resin are prepared separately.Learn more
Gloss is measured by directing a constant intensity light beam, at a fixed angle, on to the test surface and then monitoring the amount of reflected light from the same angle. This specular reflectance is measured using a glossmeter.Learn more