We manufacture carbon fiber tubes using two methods
Filament winding method
Our filament wound tubes are available in a wide variety of finishes. Their very long continuous fibers add to strength and stiffness. The manufacturing process allows for longer length tubes than our standard roll wrapping process. The angles used in the winding process makes the final product an excellent choice for torsion applications. It is also the most economical process for larger-scale tube production.
Roll wrapped tubes method
Roll wrapped prepreg carbon fiber tubes are constructed using multiple wraps of twill and/or unidirectional fabrics. Rolled tubes are ideal for applications that require the highest bending stiffness and lowest weight, such as automation robotics, telescoping poles, idler rollers, and UAV components. The standard finish is cello-wrapped gloss, but a smooth sanded finish is also available. We use a roll wrapping process for smaller, shorter tubes. Roll-wrapping is primarily used for producing small to medium diameter tubes of shorter lengths like 1 meter to 1.5 meters, Roll-wrapping is typically the most economical process for smaller quantity production runs.
Also, We manufacture high strength, low weight carbon fiber tubes in various diameters. Our tubes are filament wound for optimum fiber placement, to get the best performance. These tubes can be fabricated and assembled. Operations such as bonding, drilling, and precision cutting are also available.
We manufacture hollow tubes ranging from 4 mm to 600mm diameters.
We manufacture carbon fiber rod ranging from 4mm to 12 mm diameters.
The carbon fiber tubes can be use for following applications:
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Whats is carbon fiber?
Carbon fiber are continuous filaments that are high performance reinforcements for composites.
They are about 10 times stronger and 5 times lighter than steel and about 1.5 times lighter than aluminum.