Composite Envisions lives for composite materials. Whether it’s dry carbon fiber, Kevlar (Aramid) or Fiberglass fabrics to Prepregs we have you covered. We have the largest selection of structural and decorative composite fabrics in the industry. We also have a varied supply of Epoxy, Polyester, and Vinylester Resins as well as every consumable you could ever need for your composite projects. Not sure what you need? Our custom-made carbon fiber kits are perfectly suited to meet the needs of beginners and pros alike.
Our ever-growing manufacturing capabilities combined with our wide arrange of fabrics allows us to create custom Carbon Fiber Plates & Sheets made to order. We also can craft custom composite parts utilizing CNC fabrication, glass lamination and other techniques. Our carbon fiber sheets can be used for accents in residential and commercial buildings, musical instruments, aerospace applications, and automotive accessories.
Whether you’re interested in just buying carbon fiber, epoxy and other materials or need custom fabricated carbon fiber plates or composite parts and components, Composite Envisions is your solution provider and partner every step of the way. At Composite Envisions we live for composite materials and strive to help you bring your composite projects to life.
Recent Knowledge Hub Entries
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Filament winding is a manufacturing process using continuous strands of tow from various materials such as carbon fiber Kevlar or […]
Certifications of Compliance (Certs) are important throughout the composite industry for achieving the utmost quality assurance in the products presented […]
When it comes to layup processes, attention to each in every minuscule detail can make the difference in a scrap […]
Your part is done, now what? What do you do first when taking the part out of the mold? Do […]
Large companies follow specifications given to them by a specific “customer”. Most of the time the “customer” is who is […]
Vacuum Pressure, one of the most used “tools” of the composite trade. Its importance is applying consistent equal pressure upon […]
Prepreg selection is usually based on characteristics such as service temperature, ultimate strengths in each direction, cured density, or tack. […]
There are various reasons as to why a part may stick to a layup mold. Most often, the mold release […]
Nearly every resin used in composites gives off some sort of smell / odor when mixed and as it is […]