Learn how the vacuum process applies the resin in the mold after the layup process, which is good for low-volume large parts
- For what layer prepare, impregnate the fabric with resin.…It is important to put the right amount of resin…on the fabric.…Too much, or too little resin…affects the strength of the repair.…Air that is put into the resin…or not removed from the fabric…also reduces the repair strength.…The same thing when you're manufacturing your laminate…with dry fiber and impregnate them with resin later.…There are two major techniques with several variance.…Brush.…The traditional way of impregnating the fabric…is by using a brush or a squeegee.…
The technician puts a mold release compound…or a release film on a cal plate…so that the plies do not adhere to the cal plate.…Place a sheet of fabric on the cal plate and apply resin…in the middle of the sheet.…Use a brush or a squeegee to thoroughly wet the fabric.…More plies, a fabric and resin are added and the process…is repeated again, until all plies are impregnated.…A vacuum bag will be used to consolidate the plies…and bleed off the excess resin.…
Vacuum.…The vacuum assisted impregnation method…
- What is a composite?
- Where composites are used
- Composite materials
- Composite manufacturing methods
- Inspection methods
- Repairing composites
Skill Level Beginner
Rapid Prototyping for Product Designwith Gabriel Corbett1h 38m Appropriate for all
Design for Additive Manufacturing: FDMwith Kacie Hultgren1h 47m Intermediate
3. Manufacturing Methods
4. Inspection Methods
5. Damage Types
6. Repair Methods
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