Events’ Composite Fabrication Developed Using Right Methods and Materials

Mar 15 • Event Fabrication Solutions Category - Blog • 271 Views • No Comments on Events’ Composite Fabrication Developed Using Right Methods and Materials

When plan is set to manufacture specific event materials needed to reflect a particular theme, it’s time when Create specialized team utilizes right fabrication methods for an end result that best serves production products.

There are numerous methods for fabricating composite components, using a variety of materials such as wood, fiber glass, Styrofoam, textiles, metals, aluminum, plastics and more. Some fabrication methods have been borrowed (injection molding, for example), but many were developed to meet specific design or manufacturing challenges.

Selection of a fabrication method for a particular part, therefore, will depend on the materials, the part design and end-use or application.

Composite fabrication processes involve some form of molding, to shape the resin and reinforcement. A mold tool is required to give the unformed resin /fiber combination its shape prior to and during cure.

Our in-house experienced team of fabrication experts in woodwork, carved Styrofoam, fiberglass, resins, silicones, and small project steelworks can make anything you dream of using the right and safe fabrication method.

At Create, fabricators always address health, safety, and environmental concerns when producing and handling composite materials using the proper fabrication method. Their methods for maintaining a safe workplace include periodic training, adherence to detailed handling procedures, maintenance of current toxicity information, use of protective equipment (gloves, aprons, dust-control systems and respirators) and development of company-wide monitoring policies.

The end result is a state of the art materials that reflect artistic design, production and decoration for our clients’ most special of events.

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