Carbon Fiber And Fiberglass Compression Molding
SMC & BMC Molded
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Forged Carbon Fiber Prodcuts
Forged Carbon Fiber is a recyclable and environmentally friendly epoxy sheet molding compound prepared by infiltrating short-cut carbon fiber with epoxy resin. Forged composite is a type of carbon fiber SMC material composed of small pieces of carbon fiber composite material that are pressed into shape as the resin cures.
Forged Carbon Fiber for lightweight composite structural and decorative parts for automobiles and high speed trains, it is great for making lightweight body and chassis components.
why choose us
TCH Composites Co.,Ltd. was established in China in 2015 . As a molding factory TCH specialized in producing SMC and BMC molded products ,the products are widely used in automobile manufacturing, railway transportation, construction accessories, mechanical and electrical products, medical equipment, communications, bathroom and other fields .
With riched research and development experience and good quality assurance the Products are exported to more than 20 countries and regions including the United States, France, Italy, Japan, Australia, Brazil and Turkey .
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What Is The SMC Compression Molding Process
The quality of SMC sheet has a great influence on the compression molding process and product quality. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the quality of the material before pressing, such as resin paste formula, resin paste thickening curve, glass fiber content, glass fiber infiltrant type, unit weight, film peelability, hardness and quality uniformity, etc.
Composition And Performance Of BMC And SMC
SMC and BMC, as well as the following derivatives: TMC (thick molding compound), HPC (high performance compound), CIC (continuous impregnant) and AMC (molding compound), are fiber reinforced composites, which are mainly composed of thermosetting resin (usually up unsaturated polyester), reinforcing material (usually glass fiber) and inorganic filler.