“Our continual desire to learn and improve has allowed us to have the confidence to offer the machining of advanced Carbon Composites to a variety of industries. We now have the capability to machine a greater variety of materials and continue to service our customers requiring Rohacell foams and patterns,” said Managing Director, Ryan Muller said.
Shape also has the ability to machine complex Carbon and multi-material assemblies, including Automotive and Motorsport structural components.
“Our close relationship with our tooling suppliers and our skilled workforce has given us the confidence to machine more challenging Composite parts. We have carried out many in-house trials to ensure we are ready to offer Carbon machining to the market,” Muller added.
Shape Machining specialises in machining metallic tools, epoxy tooling block patterns, Rohacell foams and the trimming of carbon fibre parts for the automotive, motorsport and aerospace industry.
Shape Engineering offers a full range of design, analysis and project management services to support composite part and tool manufacturing projects.
Shape Composites supplies thermoset and thermoplastic composite preforms and parts ranging from bespoke autoclave cured carbon parts to larger volumes of hot-pressed formed carbon parts.
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