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We carry out the entire production cycle: starting from the lamination of the Carbon, Kevlar and Glass fiber fabrics, up to the subsequent cutting, shaping and composition in sandwich panels.


Our manufacturing process

Fabric cutting

The pre-preg fabrics in reels are stretched and cut with an automated plant in the dimensions necessary for rolling.

Stamping cycle

Lamination takes place with a plant a double press:
First press hot which allows control of temperature, pressure and the necessary degassing cycles. The maximum operating temperature can reach up to 180° degrees; the maximum working pressure is between 9 and 13 Kg/cm;
Second press cold with a cryogenic system it stabilizes and completes the polymerization cycle of the tissue matrices.

Milling - Drilling

The pieces are cut, drilled and milled using a CNC machining centre.


Stamping of matter hot, starting from plates or film, under pressure or under vacuum.

Panel creation

Creation of a panel with support in aluminum honeycomb or Nomex®and one or both skins covered in FIBER-SKIN.

Basic products



Lamination of several layers of composite fabrics

Making a composite skin.
Choice for the type of fabrics, even different from each other and the number of the same,  to be defined on the basis of the result to be obtained.


Creation of panel with leather inFIBER-SKIN

Creation of a panel with support in aluminum honeycomb or Nomex®and one or both skins covered in FIBER-SKIN.



Pre-impregnated fabrics
The prepregs are made with all types of compatible fabric, from polyester to carbon fiber, through the application of resins,usually epoxy.

Shielding pre-impregnated fabrics
The shielding pre-impregnated compared to the other pre-impregnated fabrics have in addition a "nickel plating bath" which gives high shielding properties to the pre-impregnated fabric. Properties that confer protection from electromagnetic waves.

Polyethylene coupled fabrics.
I am dry fabrics coupled with a thermoplastic polyethylene film.
Composite fibers

Glass fibers
In structural fabrics  glass fibers are characterized by excellent elasticity, high mechanical resistance and low density.

Kevlar fibers
The fibers and Kevlar are characterized by a remarkable resistance to traction, impact and corrosion. Furthermore, Kevlar laminates have no electrical conductivity and are heat resistant.

Carbon fibers
The fibers and carbon are characterized by a high mechanical resistance to the same weight,  resistance to the action of chemical agents, excellent fire-retardant properties.

Thermosetting resins

Thermosetting resins have a non-reversible heat-activated curing process. In general, thermosetting resins give mechanical properties of low molding shrinkage, resistance to chemical agents (acids, bases, solvents), temperature resistance, low dielectric constant, excellent adhesion to metals and fibers.
Thermoplastic resins
Thermoplastic resins are characterized by a change of state, from plastic to rigid and vice versa, which can be reactivated by means of heat. This allows the fabrics coupled with these resins to be thermoformed.
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