Carbon Kevlar Cloth 5.5 oz 2×2 Twill


Carbon Fiber Fiberglass Cloth

Carbon Fiber cloth gives not only an aesthetically beautiful appearance but an unparalleled strength. This product works with Polyester, Vinylester and Epoxy resins. This product is 50″ wide and is sold by the linear yard.


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Original price was: $54.99.Current price is: $49.99.

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Carbon Kevlar Cloth

Carbon Fiber Cloth not only looks amazing but is unparalleled in strength-to-weight ratio. Carbon fibers are weaved in a 2×2 twill, meaning they pass over two tows (strands) and under two tows, giving it added strength. Carbon Fiber doesn’t use a binder, so you want to use tape or a blocker to ensure the weave stays in place. Carbon Fiber can be used in anything from aeronautical applications to marine applications and more. You can use Polyester, Vinylester or Epoxy resins with this, but most people tend to look for a clear resin to show off the aesthetics of the cloth.




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