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MEET COMPOSITE WORX

Carefully Crafted Composites

Composite Worx provides a wide range of composite products to meet the needs of every customer. From initial design to final quality assurance processes, we make sure our goods are reliable and exceptional. Get in touch to see how you can benefit from our products.

 

WHAT WE DO

If you are looking for a complete composite solution, you are in the right place. Composite Worx accomplishes all volume of manufacturing, design, and prototyping services in-house.
Our diverse product portfolio consists of carbon fibre parts, kevlar components, fibreglass structures and many other custom-made specialty products.

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HYPETEX® COLOURED CARBON FIBRE

Composite Worx is collaborating with Hypetex®, the award-winning innovators and global leaders in coloured carbon fibre to bring this technical material to SA markets for the very first time. 

Hypetex® coloured carbon fibre maintains the mechanical properties of standard carbon fibre whilst offering a choice of colour and aesthetic options.

CARBON FIBRE PARTS

Carbon fiber is often combined with epoxy resin to create a reinforced composite product. These compounds are used in airplane wings, automobile body parts, and sports equipment.

Benefits of carbon fiber include high stiffness and strength, lightness, corrosion resistance, and a low coefficient of thermal expansion.

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KEVLAR COMPONENTS

Kevlar is often used as a part of composite materials in composite parts. This is due to Kevlar’s extremely high tensile strength, meaning that it can resist stretching notably. Kevlar’s compressive strength is about 1/10 of its tensile strength, and that’s why it is combined into composites.

Airplanes, boats, bicycles, paddle blades and protective clothing, are some examples of products that take advantage of Kevlar’s remarkably high tensile strength.

FIBREGLASS PARTS

Fibreglass is a common type of fiber-reinforced plastic using glass fiber. Cheaper and more flexible than carbon fiber, it is stronger than many metals by weight, is non-magnetic, non-conductive and can be molded into complex shapes.

Fibreglass applications include aircraft, boats, automobiles, water tanks, roofing, surfboards and various tooling.

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3-D PRINTING

3D printing is the construction of a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or a digital 3D model where material is deposited, joined or solidified under computer control.

We offer 3D designing and printing using a range of printing filaments.


Individual filaments are also available to purchase.

COMPOSITE MATERIALS

We offer a wide range of composite-making materials, available directly to customers.

Available materials include reinforcement materials (fibreglass, carbon fibre, kevlar, carbon fibre sheeting), epoxy resin systems, gel coats, peelply, release agents and other composite kits. 

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Questions about our products or services? Reach out today, we’re happy to help.

 

LATEST NEWS

 

Composite Worx introduces

Hypetex® coloured carbon fibre to SA for the first time!

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