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Reinforcement

These products can be used to reinforce the acrylic resin and gypsums to, for example, make a support cap.

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    • Plaster bandage

    Plaster bandage

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    €9,25 € 9,95 € 8,22 Excl. tax

    This plaster is perfect for making support caps for molds from alginate or silicone

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        • C-Glass Non Woven 30 g/m²

        C-Glass Non Woven 30 g/m²

        € 11,75 € 9,71 Excl. tax

        The C-Glass fabric can be applied in different processes (e. g. by using low pressure) in order to achieve visually and chemically improved surfaces. The binder disperses quickly in the resin, therefore it is possible to handle complex geometries and

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            • A1 A1 Triaxial glass fibre fabric

            A1 Triaxial glass fibre fabric

            € 6,50 € 5,37 Excl. tax

            ✔ For reinforcement in acrylic resin, silicone or polyester.
            ✔ Easier to drape than a regular fabric.
            ✔ 160 g / m²

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                • Carbon fabric Twill 200 g/m2

                Carbon fabric Twill 200 g/m2

                € 39,95 € 33,02 Excl. tax

                Carbon Twill weave is mainly used for its high stiffness, especially in motorsport, aircraft construction and yacht building.

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                    • Glass fibre fabric 200 gram/m²

                    Glass fibre fabric 200 gram/m²

                    € 12,25 € 10,12 Excl. tax

                    ✔ For reinforcement in acrylic resin, polyurethane / PU, polyester and silicone
                    ✔ Smoother, thinner and finer than A1 triaxial glass fiber cloth
                    ✔ 200 g / m²
                    ✔ Conducts electricity very poorly

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