"CFRP" stands for "carbon fiber reinforced plastic". Carbon fiber is a strengthening agent and is the reason that CFRP is stronger and more rigid than FRP. Because it is both lightweight and durable, CRFP has attracted interest from the aviation industry as a substitute for conventional aluminum alloy.
We make CFRP molds by creating simple molds using FRP and NC machining. While these products are not rigid enough to be used as is for mass production, our approach maintains rigidity at a level close to mass-produced products while cutting the labor time and cost by at least half. CFRP can also be used to verify product specs quickly and cheaply.