Axial carbon fiber fabric is a basic fabric fixed by a fabric system or chemical adhesive. It consists of one or more parallel layers of direct carbon fiber yarn. Each layer of yarn can be arranged in different directions. The density of the yarn layer can be changed and can be combined with fiber mesh, film, foam or other materials.
|Number of carbon wires||12k|
|structure||biaxil, tri-axial, multi-axial|
|corner||± 45 degrees, 0/90Section|
The biaxial expanded carbon fiber fabric is woven from expanded carbon fiber strips. The fabric is lighter and thinner, and the fiber interweaving points are straighter, which is conducive to the rapid penetration of resin. When composite products are ultimately limited by design requirements such as thickness, strength, weight, and mechanical properties, the advantages of using carbon fiber biaxial expansion fabrics become more prominent, resulting in lightweight, high-strength, and better mechanical properties of composite products.
|Thick||0.08, 0.10, 0.20mm|
|structure||Flat print, twill pattern|
Traditional biaxial fabrics consist of two sets of yarns interwoven on the same side that are perpendicular to each other. Three axis fabric is a fabric made up of three yarns interwoven together at an angle of 60 ° on the same plane. Due to the fact that triaxial fabrics are a special structure formed by interweaving three yarn systems, the structural stability of the fabric is good, and the strength and mechanical properties in all directions are the same. This disperses the forces acting on the fabric on the triaxial axis, greatly improving the strength of the fabric. The performance indicators such as breaking strength, tearing strength, and breaking strength of fabrics are higher than those of biaxial fabrics, and they have uniform strength in any direction. Advantages: High diagonal tensile strength, good compressibility, and good fatigue strength
Carbon fiber triaxial expansion fabric is lighter and thinner. When the final composite product is limited by design weight, thickness, and mechanical properties, the carbon fiber triaxial expansion fabric better reflects its designability.
Due to the interweaving and weaving of three yarns in a three axis fabric, the yarns in each direction reflect light at different angles, giving the fabric a three-dimensional effect, making it more beautiful and unique.
|Thick||0.10, 0.15, 0.20mm|
Fiber reinforced composite materials are composed of fiber reinforced materials and resin matrices. They have the advantages of small proportion, good mechanical performance, and strong design, and are widely used in the aerospace field. The fiber reinforced material in composite materials is the main body of the carrier, and its mechanical properties largely determine the mechanical properties of the composite material. Fiber reinforced materials typically consist of unidirectional or bidirectional woven fabrics and resin substrates. In these fabrics, fiber threads are interwoven at 0 ° or 90 ° angles to form a dense two-dimensional plane. The surface density of the fabric is high, and the fiber yarns have many overlapping points, which is not conducive to the complete penetration of the resin matrix.
The fabric in three directions is made of three sets of yarns interwoven on a flat surface at a specific angle (60 °).
This is a flat fabric. Due to the high symmetry of the fabric structure and the good isotropy of the fabric, the load can be more effectively dispersed when applying force, making the mechanical properties of three-layer fabrics superior to ordinary fabrics. The yarns in the three-layer fabric are interwoven at specific angles, creating holes in the fabric, effectively reducing the surface density of the fabric. These characteristics make composite materials with three-dimensional fabric reinforcement even more outstanding.
It is lighter and has better overall performance, widely used in sports goods and aerospace.
|Thread width||1.5, 2mm|
|Hole spacing||3±0.5mm, 4±0.5mm|
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