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Wet Lay Vacuum Bag

Wet Lay Vacuum Bag

Wet layup vacuum bagging is a variation on the wet layup manufacturing method. A vacuum bag is placed over a freshly laminated part and acts like a clamp that uses atmospheric pressure to consolidate fibers and control the resin content. Vacuum Bagging is typically used in complex shapes and where the elimination of air voids and maximum weight savings are important.

  • Common Materials: Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass, Kevlar, Thorstrand, Epoxy, Polyester, Vinyl Ester
  • Common use: Aerospace, Wing Tips, Fuel Tanks, Control Surfaces, Wheel Pants, Automotive, Spoilers, Carbon Fiber Hoods, Motorcycle, Motorcycle Saddle Bags, Flight Helmets, Industrial, Housings, Molds, Marine, Commercial