Prototyping: Fiberglass is used for creating prototypes of components before mass production.
Custom Parts: CNC machining allows for the fabrication of custom fiberglass components with precise shapes and dimensions.
Structural Components: Commonly employed in the production of structural parts for various industries.
Automotive Parts: Used in the manufacturing of automotive components such as body panels and interior parts.
Marine Industry: Applied in the production of boat components, including hulls, decks, and other structural elements.
Aerospace: Utilized for lightweight structural components in the aerospace industry.
Precision: CNC machining ensures high precision in shaping and cutting fiberglass components.
Customization: Allows for the creation of intricate and customized designs tailored to specific requirements.
Complex Shapes: With machining and cnc technology, fiberglass can be machined into complex shapes with accuracy.
Dust Management: Similar to carbon fiber, machining fiberglass generates fine dust particles, necessitating proper safety measures for dust management.
Strength: Fiberglass provides a balance of strength and lightweight properties.
Corrosion Resistance: Exhibits resistance to corrosion, making it suitable for various environments.
Versatility: Can be used for a wide range of applications across different industries.
Cost-Effective: Offers cost-effective solutions for manufacturing durable and lightweight components.