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Aircraft Fiberglass Cloth
Fine bundles of fiberglass yarn in a satin weave. Weave produces high strength for the weight. Excellent drapeability, easy to from onto complex shapes. Use with low viscosity resin for adequate wet out.
Biaxial Fabric
Non-woven fiberglass yarns oriented in two layers at +45 deg. and -45 deg. held together by a light stitching. Zero crimp makes very strong fabrics for their weight. Sizes: Rolls are 50 inches wide.
Braided Cloth
Fiberglass yarn woven into a biaxial tubular sock. Contours extremely well over custom shaped cores. Also for use over and into tubular molds.
Carbon Fiber 8HS Satin - 10.9 oz
10.9 oz, 60 inch, 3K, 24x24 fibers per inch. 
Carbon Fiber Hybrid Twill - 5.5 oz
5.5 oz, 50 inch, 3K/1500 Denier Kevlar, 13 x 13 fibers per inch. Kevlar and carbon combined in one cloth. The best of both worlds; the stiffness and strength of carbon and impact toughness of kevlar. Carbon fiber runs in the 0 deg. direction while kevlar is oriented in the 90 deg. direction.
Carbon Fiber Plain - 3.7 oz
3.7 oz, 42 inch, 1K, 24 x 24 fibers per inch.
Carbon Fiber Plain - 5.7 oz
5.7 oz, 50 inch, 3K, 12.5 x 12.5 fibers per inch. 
Carbon Fiber Plain - Wide - 5.7 oz
5.7 oz, 60 inch, 12K, 11x11 fibers per inch. 
Carbon Fiber Twill - 6.2 oz
6.2 oz, 50 inch, 3K, 13x13 fibers per inch.  Twill fabrics are the workhorse of the carbon industry.  Conformable, stable, and good looking - this is what most people think of when they imagine carbon fiber.  Lightweight, good drapability, black color.  Ideal for thin parts, mold surface plies, automotive hoods and interior parts.
Carbon Fiber Twill - Scrim Stabilized - 6.4 oz
6.4 oz, 40 inch, 3K, 13x13 fibers per inch.   A twill fabric with a hot melt scrim fused to one side.  The scrim stabilizes the fabric for automated cutting and complex placement operations.  Lightweight, good drapability, very stable, does not fray. Ideal for CNC fabric cutters, complex shapes, resin infusion    
Fiberglass Cloth
Woven fabric in a plain weave. Better strength to weight ratio than mat or woven roving. Typically used in thing lightweight laminates or in conjunction with other reinforcements. Compatible with all resins that we supply.
Fiberglass Cloth Tape
A plain weave cloth tape with finished edges. Ideal for seam work, corners, edges and repairs. Sizes: Sold by 50 yard full rolls.
Kevlar 49 Biaxial
9 oz., Biaxial, +/- 45 deg. The strength of Kevlar without the crimp of a woven cloth.
Kevlar 49 Cloth
A Dupont product of aramid fibers available in an assortment of weaves. High tensile strength (43,000 psi), high tensile modulus (9,000,000 psi), high impact strength, high abrasion resistance, vibration dampening characteristics and low specific gravity. Only compatible with vinyl ester or epoxy resin. Sizes: Sold by the linear yard or full roll. From 1.8 oz. to 9 oz.
Kevlar 49 Unidirectional
2.7 oz., Unidirectional Hot Melt, 0 deg., 30 inch wide.
Lightweight Fiberglass Cloth
Lightweight cloth that has high thread count. Commonly used to reinforce a thin layer of resin for a smooth, print-free surface layer. Can be a replacement for gelcoat as a first layer into a mold. Widely used by model builders.
Though visually quite similar, S-Glass has a different chemical composition from that of E-Glass. One lamination of S-Glass can replace several laminations of E-Glass. S-Glass has approximately 30% more tensile strength and 15% more stiffness than E-Glass and retains these properties up to 1500 F. S-Glass also has a superior impact strength. Compatible with all resin that we supply. Weights: from 1.8 oz. to 8.9 oz.
A biaxial fabric at 0 deg. and 90 deg. (BX = +45 deg. and -45 deg./TX = 0 deg. + 45 deg. and -45 deg.) and stitched to a lightweight mat. Desired when speed in lay up is required. Chopped strand mat layer assures good bond between layers. Sizes: Rolls are 50 inches wide.
Style 7500 Tooling Cloth
Good drapeability. Primarily used in epoxy mold construction.
Triaxial Fabric
Non-woven fiberglass yarn oriented in three layers at 0 deg., +45 deg. and -45 deg. which are held together by a light stitching.
Unidirectional Carbon
Unidirectional carbon running in the warp direction (0 deg.). Stiffest form of reinforcement. Carbon is held in place by sparse hot melt fill fibers bonded to the carbon. Will not unravel when cut down to narrower widths.
Unidirectional Fiberglass
Unidirectional Fiberglass roving. Majority of material strength is in the warp direction (0 deg.) or fill direction (90 deg.).
Woven Roving
Coarse fiberglass in a plain weave. High strength and thickness for a laminate. Multiple laminations of woven roving do not bond well together, so always apply a layer of mat between layers of roving.

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