Steps for Customized fiberglass products

Fiberglass, as a unique composite material, is widely used in various fields due to its lightweight, high strength, corrosion resistance and other characteristics. Customized fiberglass products can meet special needs. The following will introduce the steps for customizing fiberglass.
Step 1: Clarify the requirements before customizing fiberglass products. It is necessary to consider the usage, size, shape, weight, and other requirements of customized fiberglass products, as well as the performance indicators that need to be achieved.
Step 2: Design the drawings according to the requirements and carry out detailed design. The design drawings should include three views of the product and detailed part drawings, indicating parameters such as size, angle, shape, etc. The design should consider structural rationality, aesthetics, and practicality.
Step 3: Select the appropriate glass fiber and resin according to the requirements and design drawings. Fiberglass and resin are the main components of fiberglass, and selecting the appropriate quality and ratio is crucial for the quality of the product.
Step 4: Make the mold according to the design drawings, and the quality of the mold directly affects the quality of the product. After production is completed, testing should be carried out to ensure that the mold meets the design requirements.
Step 5: Prepare resin and fiberglass according to the prescribed ratio, stir evenly, and pour into the mold. After pouring, the mold needs to be shaken to eliminate bubbles and ensure material density.
Step 6: Curing, Demolding, and Trimming: Place the filled mold into the curing furnace for curing. After solidification is completed, take the product out of the mold for trimming and polishing to ensure a smooth and even surface.
Step 7: Quality Inspection and Packaging Conduct a comprehensive quality inspection of the product, including appearance, size, performance, etc. Packaging should be carried out after passing the inspection to prevent damage during transportation.

2024-01-03T08:48:30+00:00By |Uncategorized|