Reinforcment fabrics are made of high quality carbon, glass, aramid or other types of fibers. Each fiber consist of several thousands of individual filaments. Such structure creates a fabric with high strength and low weight.

Reinforcement fabrics should be impregnated with two component laminating or infusion system in order to fix it in required shape. These systems can be based on epoxy, polyester, vinylester and other types of resin. A part, produced in such way, can be formed in any shape and at the same time it is much stronger and lighter than parts made of conventional materials, like steel.


Carbon fibers have the highest tensile strength compared to aramid and glass fibers, which is combined with low weight. Combination of these properties makes carbon fabrics the best solution for the most crucial and high-tech level parts.

Besides, carbon fabrics with twill 2/2 weaving makes it possible to give a cool look to a part.

Tensile strength, MPa Strength in laminate, MPa Tensile modulus, GPa Strenght/weight Density, g/cm
Carbon fiber 4127 1600 125-181 2751 1,50
Aramid fiber 2757 1430 70-112 1915 1,44
Glass fiber 3450 1500 30-40 1369 2,52
Steel around 400 210 51 7,90


Glass fibers have less strength than carbon fibers, but their low price allows to decrease a part price significantly. At the same time ratio of mechanical strength and weight is still much higher than conventional materials. It is such combination of strength, weight and price that stipulates the use of fabrics based on glass fibers in wide range of applications: from consumer goods to construction elements of aviation and space rocket industry.


One of the main advantages of aramid fibers is their impact strength. This is why aramid fibers based reinforcement fabrics are widely used in production of safety gear and sport equipment, fire retardant clothes, exposion-proof construction elements, meteorite protection.


Carbon veils are very thin non-woven fabrics, formed from chop strand carbon fibers. Veils’ density starts from 7-10 g/m2. Carbon veils are mostly used in tooling production as the first fabric layer to avoid print-through effect.