You cannot copy content of this page
  sales@carbon-light.com         (+91)-9821257840 / (+91)-9810984090

Designing & Tooling

Carbon Light provides the facility of making your own 3D CAD models and import from any 3D modeling system, typically as a STEP or IGES file. We can bring your product to realization and create a design from scratch as we specialize in New Product Introduction (NPI).
Carbon Light designers take you through the whole process. From design, materials and fabric choices, to the best processes to achieve your required specification.
The whole project is managed from the initial concept through part and tooling design using documentation relevant to the form of lay-up, trim and bonding manuals and 2D inspection engineering drawings.

Vacuum Bagging

This is basically an extension of the wet lay-up process where pressure is applied to the laminate once laid-up in order to improve its consolidation. This is achieved by sealing a plastic film or bag over the wet laid-up laminate and onto the tool/mold. The air under the bag is extracted by the vacuum pump and up to one atmosphere of pressure can be applied to the laminate. This compression under the vacuum helps remove air, voids, and excess gas giving off during curing.

Filament Winding

The Filament Winding process involves two primary components. A stationary steel mandrel rotates,, while a carriage arm travels horizontally up and down the length of the mandrel. The travelling arm includes a winding eye, which groups the roving’s typically of carbon, fiberglass or a mixture of two and dispenses them to the mandrel. As the mandrel turns, the roving’s wrap around it to form a composite layer over the mandrel’s surface. The precise orientation of the composite matrix is determined by the rate of travel of the carriage and by the rotational speed of the mandrel, both of which are automated.

Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Method

This is basically an extension of the wet lay-up process where pressure is applied to the laminate once laid-up in order to improve its consolidation. This is achieved by sealing a plastic film or bag over the wet laid-up laminate and onto the tool/mold. The air under the bag is extracted by the vacuum pump and up to one atmosphere of pressure can be applied to the laminate. This compression under the vacuum helps remove air, voids, and excess gas giving off during curing. To get the optimal properties out of carbon fiber parts made by hand lay-up, mostly cured by a combination of heat, pressure/vacuum.

Call Us For enquiry : (+91) 9821257840 / (+91) 9810984090

Carbon Light specializes in designing and manufacturing of carbon fiber composite components for various industrial and commercial applications.
  • C-8/2, Sector-22, Meerut Road Industrial Area, Ghaziabad-201003, U.P. India.
  • (+91) 9821257840 / (+91) 9810984090
  • sales@carbon-light.com / anuj@carbon-light.com

Find Us On Map

Close Menu