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Our specific technology

3D prints with continuous carbon reinforcement

A2 Composites is a company specialized in the manufacturing of 3D printing with continuous carbon reinforcement. With cutting-edge expertise in the production of carbon fiber parts, the company is able to provide innovative solutions for a variety of industrial applications.

3D printing with continuous carbon reinforcement is a brand new industrial manufacturing process, offering many advantages in the field of high technology in France.

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The advantages of our technology

A2 Composites 3D printed part

Parts made with 3D printing technology with continuous carbon reinforcement are extremely light. This significantly reduces the weight of end-products, which can improve their energy efficiency and performance.

Carbon fiber is very stiff and offers excellent resistance to bending. When integrated into a 3D printed part it reinforces the structure of (PA12+)  part and improves its resistance to torsion and deformations.   ( Shore D:  80 to 90 )

3D printed parts with continuous carbon reinforcement are highly resistant to shocks, vibrations and environmental stresses. Therefore they can be used in harsh environments without the risk of breakage or premature failure. (resistance up to 900 mPa)

3D printing technology with continuous carbon reinforcement allows great freedom of design. Parts can be manufactured in complex shapes and custom geometries, providing advantages in customization and functionality.

By using 3D printing technology with continuous carbon reinforcement, it is possible to reduce production and prototyping investments by avoiding the costs of traditional molds and tooling. This helps to reduce development and production costs and speeds up the time-to-market process.

In summary 3D printing with continuous carbon reinforcement offers a unique combination of lightness, rigidity, resistance, design freedom and cost reduction that make it a very attractive industrial manufacturing process for high-tech companies in France.

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