The right procedure for your product: With the pre-preg autoclave process and the vacuum infusion process, we have mastered two of the most important production techniques for manufacturing components made of fibre composites. Specially developed lay-ups define exactly the number and orientation of the fabric layers.
Here we guarantee stable fibre volume content with pre-impregnated fibre fabric (pre-pregs). In addition, fully automated cutting and clean room lamination ensure that quality remains consistently high and that technical properties remain uniform. This method applies in particular to complex components which place the highest demands on structural and optical properties.
The components made in the pre-preg process are baked in our autoclave using defined cycles (pressure and temperature). This enables the effective and reliable production of complicated, mechanically and thermally resilient parts. Our autoclaves allow for diameters of up to 2,600 mm with lengths of up to 6,500 mm.
Here, the fabric layers are inserted into the moulds dry. Both the injection of the resin and the curing of the component are carried out at room temperature. Thanks to air-conditioned production facilities, a predetermined temperature range can be maintained and thus the highest dimensional accuracy of the components can be achieved. For this reason, this method is used especially in scale modelling.