Concordia Manufacturing, LLC
4 Laurel Avenue, Coventry, RI 02816
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Commingling is a process for producing highly flexible thermoplastic prepregs. Concordia’s unique process intimately blends unsized continuous filament carbon fiber with unsized continuous filament thermoplastic fibers to produce a yarn that can be woven or braided into fabrics. These commingled fabrics can then be molded into complex thermoplastic composite shapes or tubes when put under heat and pressure.
Example of drapability of commingled Carbon/PEEK fabric.
Carbon/PEEK Commingled Panel on an F22.
The PRINCE Vortex tennis racquet made with commingled Carbon/Nylon (PA6).
Prince Vortex Handle and Frame.
Additional parts made from commingled fabrics and braids supporting automotive, sporting goods, aerospace and oil and gas applications.
Micrograph of consolidated carbon/PPS part. Voids < 1%
Flexible thermoplastic prepregs simplify the manufacturing of complex parts.
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Since 1920 Concordia Fibers has specialized in the design and development of engineered yarns and fibers for producing a broad range of technical fabrics. Our fibers can be found in filtration media, power transmission belts, air bags, composite materials, and a variety of other unique applications.
4 Laurel Avenue
Coventry, RI 02816