Welcome to the New Composite Envisions "Your One Stop Composite Shop"
This year our new facility has opened up possibilities and we wanted to award our customers with a great deal. From our suppliers we receive free travel pillows and stress balls, but we thought we would provide a gift that you actually would use and a good one at that. With the purchase of a 100 Yard roll of 3k Plain Weave or 2x2 Twill Carbon Fiber we are going to give a Free ASUS Tablet PC. Qty limited.
Also visit our Black Friday/Holiday Deals Section where we have a few more special deals for this Holiday Season. Including Vacuum Bag Film for $1.99 per yard and Plain Weave Carbon 30" for $9.99 per yard.
We have been working hard to be able to be the premier provider for custom composite fabrics and rigid panels. We have been introducing new products weekly and will continue to add many more products including stronger panels, larger selection of raw cloths, infusion and RTM supplies.
Attn Bulk Buyers: Please Email us for Better Pricing on Full Roll qtys and drum qty's of resins.
Please do not hesitate to call before ordering to make sure things are in stock. We have many more products than what is on the site so if you are looking for something special, just give us a call.
Composite Envisions goes Hollywood! Check out the Up-Coming Kickass-2 Movie on August 16th to see "Hit Girl" Show off her new pistols with grips made from our Purple Reflections™ Carbon Fiber Cloth.
NISSAN works with Composite Envisions to debut 2013 concept car in the Detroit auto show to win the "Eye of Design" award for the best car in the show. NISSAN used our Reflections line of carbon fiber on the wheels, side skirts and front/rear lower spoiler.
General Questions - email@example.com
Owner - Cthorson@compositeenvisions.com
If regarding an existing order, please reference your order number
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8am-5pm CST
Address:Composite Envisions LLC
350 South 86th Ave
Wausau, WI 54401
Located on the west side of the Wausau Industrial Park close to the Fiskars building