Cost-effective Composites: Processes Using Carbon Fiber

 

It’s likely that you could be saving money on materials to create a product of equal durability, strength and quality.  Carbon fiber is incredibly industrious, often an option that can be substituted in your manufacturing process–and/or used to create new products–especially when recycled.

 

Switching to carbon fiber isn’t just about your balance sheet. It weighs less than conventional materials, so products made from carbon fiber are lighter and perform more efficiently.

 

What processes use recycled carbon fiber seamlessly?

 

Find your process in our chart below.

Process

Product Recommendations

Sheet Molding Compounds (SMC), Bulk Molding Compounds (BMC), Milling and Flocking re-Evo® BCF
Thermoplastic Compounding (high strength recycled carbon fiber requirements re-Evo® HSC
Thermoplastic Compounding (intermediate modulus recycled carbon fiber requirements) re-Evo® IMC
Prepreg, Closed & Open Mold Infusion, Thermoforming, Pultrusion re-Evo® MCF
**available 3-Dimensional Preforms using patented 3DEP® process
Compression Molding, Thermoforming Closed Mold Infusion re-Evo® MCO
**available 3-Dimensional Preforms using patented 3DEP® process

Unable to find your process? Contact us directly to discuss and Carbon Conversions can help you find a product to compliment your process.

Using Carbon Conversions products can help reduce cost in your supply chain. Contact us to discuss how you can procure recycled carbon fiber cost effectively, use it innovatively and close the loop today and tomorrow.