articles about woven roving, mat, unidirectiona fibers

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  1. koanda
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    koanda Junior Member

    Hello!!!



    dear friends...I need articles, website or similar, with information about fibers used for laminating ... unidirectional fibers, 0-90...mat, woven roving, aramid, carbon, twaron...


    a lot of Thanks!!
     
  2. robherc
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    robherc Designer/Hobbyist

    What do you need the articles for? If you do a few searches on this site, you SHOULD find the information you need.
     
  3. tunnels

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    First off what are you planing to make ????:confused:
     
  4. koanda
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    koanda Junior Member

    homeworks for university....
     
  5. robherc
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    Search for it on Google...sometimes it's easier to do things the right way, than to try to cheat.
     
  6. koanda
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    i did it...but....i only find a lot of sellers...and information about companys... and i want information, don´t buy....
     
  7. robherc
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    Then try going to a few boat magazines' websites...or check out a few books on boatbuilding at your local library...they'll have SOME info about the diff. fibers for you.
    Alternately, check out websites that are selling Hemp or Bamboo fiber lamination reinforcements...they'll likely have links to environmentalist articles that would offer you some info too.



    ....just my $0.02, take it or leave it.
     
  8. Landlubber
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    Try DIAB website, or FGI, they both have huge volumes of info.
     

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