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Getting to Know Fabric F-804

Posted on May 12, 2021

This month’s Fabric of the Month is F-804. We put together this short video to provide a little more information about this fabric, some of it’s common uses and what makes it special vs other fabrics out there. Remember, all through the month of May you can receive 5% off any purchase of F-804 as […]

Cut Quality From Various Cutting Tools – Part 4 -Wet vs. Dry Cutting & Sanding/Finalizing Cut

Posted on May 3, 2021

In the last installment of this series we focus on Wet vs Dry Cutting and then finishing off your composite […]

Cut Quality From Various Cutting Tools – Part 3 – Jig Saws & Waterjets

Posted on April 26, 2021

In the second to last post in this series we review two items that couldn’t be farther part in their […]

Cut Quality From Various Cutting Tools – Part 1 – Diamond Wheels, Tungsten Carbide & Band Saws

Posted on April 19, 2021

In part two of our series focusing on cut quality we ratchet things up & bring out the bigger blades […]

Cut Quality From Various Cutting Tools – Part 1 – Grinders & Rotating Tools

Posted on April 12, 2021

In
a new series of posts we focus on the cut quality you can expect from a
number of different tools. We start our series off with a quick safety
note and then take a look at Grinders & Rotating ToolsWhen trimming or cutting any cured reinforced fibers, all cutting edges of the tool are […]

Hypetex® Available in the US for the First Time Through Composite Envisions

Posted on March 17, 2021

Hypetex®, the award-winning innovators and global leaders in the manufacturing and supply of coloured advanced materials, is pleased to announce its partnership with Composite Envisions, a premier US based global distributor of composite materials & supplies.This partnership will give the US market access to the Hypetex® portfolio of technical coloured carbon fibre materials for the […]

How to Fix Snags

Posted on March 16, 2021

To fix a snag like the ones above, pull from location 1 & 2 at the same time, making sure you are pulling the same fibers but on opposite sides of the snag. This will straighten the material and re-align the weave.Then pull from location 3 & 4 at the same time making sure to […]