Thermoplastic composites are high fiber content materials with exceptional mechanical properties. Tri-Mack works with unidirectional or woven carbon, glass and aramid fibers in a polymer matrix such as PEEK, PEI, PPS, and PA. These materials can be processed into sheets, thermoformed into shapes or combined with injection molding to produce hybrids.

Tri-Mack's Advanced Composites Center features automated tape lay up, high-pressure consolidation, high temperature thermoforming, NDT inspection and waterjet cutting.

Components produced using continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastics are very stiff and perform well in high-vibration environments. With their outstanding mechanical performance, thermoplastic composites offer significant weight savings when replacing metallic components.

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