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The carbon fiber industry is expected to grow to over $8.9 billion by 2031, indicating its widespread use and popularity. However, many people are still unsure whether they should use carbon fiber or fiberglass for manufacturing. A lot of this stems from many not fully understanding the differences between the two materials. So what are the...
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As the years pass by, companies all over continuously seek cost-effective ways to mass-produce their products. One method that has gained tremendous traction with companies is to use composite materials. And one extremely versatile and efficient material used is carbon fiber molding. If you’ve been searching for a piece of material that is luxurious but...
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The compression molding vs. injection molding debate is one that product manufacturers are all too familiar with. When choosing what technology will best suit your manufacturing needs, knowledge is vital. Knowing the differences between compression and cast molding is the first step. Read on to learn about the pros and cons of each technology. Similarities between Compression...
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Manufacturers desire high strength and lightweight products. Elite companies take advantage of carbon fibers and their simple process. Is it time to consider carbon fiber parts in your manufacturing? The aerospace and medical industries are shifting parts to carbon fiber production. So, to learn more about the process and how it can work for your...
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The global carbon fiber market expects to grow by over five billion dollars in the next ten years. Just what about this material is creating such projections? Its unique properties make it a versatile tool in many industries. What is carbon fiber? It’s a material made of thin crystalline filaments of carbon twisted together. It is stronger than steel but...
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The products and services of the aerospace industry represent some $734 billion to the world economy. Experts estimate that for every million in direct sales, six jobs are bolstered in the sector. For the aerospace industry to remain profitable and on the cutting edge, it has many times reinvented how. Maybe nothing signifies this more than the...
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You may not know it, but there are many things we take for granted as an advanced society. For instance, consider the concrete that makes up our streets, the bricks that hold together our buildings, and the carbon fiber frames of your bike. These are all made possible because of composite engineering. Thanks to the...
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In recent years, the medical industry has discovered several critical ways to utilize carbon fiber products in its field. Many carbon-fiber uses make it a viable contender with metals such as titanium or steel for surgical implants. For all its uses, however, many medical professionals don’t understand the carbon fiber manufacturing process. As such, they don’t comprehend...
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In recent years, carbon fiber medical devices have worked their way into the medical industry. Carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRPs) first made a name for themselves in aerospace and car technology. Now, the medical world has seized on its value. The reason for this is straightforward. Carbon fiber materials help make medical devices last for longer...
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If we had to choose a single superpower, it would be to have all the traits of carbon fiber. It’s one of the elemental gods we have here on earth, along with fire, water, earth, and air. In fact, those other elements that have been around since the dawn of time are seriously rivaled by the power...
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