The most diverse material in the world

Composite components

  • Composite components
  • Structural components 
  • Sandwich shells/panels
  • Machined parts 
  • Structural elements 
  • Visible carbon components 
  • And much mor


  • Carbon Fiber (CFRP) 
  • Glass Fiber (GFRP) 
  • Aramid Fiber (AFRP), such as Kevlar Natural fibers such as flax or hemp 
  • Thermosetting resin systems
  •  Custom solutions available upon request

Advantages of Composites

We leverage the outstanding properties of fiber composite components to meet your customer needs and preferences.


Fiber composite materials offer high strength while maintaining low weight, which is unattainable with conventional materials.


The ability to customize stiffness in any direction, ranging from elastic to highly rigid, opens up limitless possibilities for the use of fiber composite materials.


Compared to metallic structures, fiber composite materials provide unparalleled weight reduction, making them ideal for lightweight construction.

Fatigue Resistance

In comparison to conventional materials, fiber composite materials have a longer lifespan as they fatigue significantly slower.


In dynamic environments, fiber composite components offer vibration damping capabilities up to ten times greater than metallic materials.

Thermal Expansion

For temperature-sensitive applications, fiber composite materials provide the advantage of adjustable thermal expansion.

Chemical Resistance

The high resistance to many chemicals makes fiber composite materials ideal for use in challenging environments.

X-Ray Transparency

The radiation transparency of fiber composite materials enables their use in medical applications.

Fire Resistance

When fire protection is crucial, fibers with already good fire-resistant properties can be combined with fire-resistant resins.

Properties of composites


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