Our multifaceted engineering team not only orchestrates the conception of parts and processes, but also demonstrates exceptional prowess in the seamless transition from aluminum, steel, and thermoset composites to the realm of thermoplastic composite components.
Future Comp designs and manufactures hundreds of tools annually. We pride ourselves on our tool quality and execution. With a full tool design and CNC program team working with our in-house machine shop, filled with all the latest and greatest automated machines, we’re able to execute your prototype and production tools quickly and efficiently.
The long-fiber composite tape is spliced and layerd in a multidirectional pattern. This creates strength where it is needed. The lay-up is then consolidated forming it into a single sheet.
With the mold machined in-house, and the lay-up completed, the composite material is heated and pressed onto the mold, creating a near instant product with the mold ready to make another.
Following the thermoforming process, parts will be quickly trimmed by either our 3 or 5 axis water jet which has the capability to cut out multiple parts in a single setting speeding up the process.
Our consolidation process can be done by taking multiple parts formed through thermoforming or compression molding. The parts are put together in a mold with heat and pressure applied the parts are welded together and formed into a single part enabling the production of hollow body structures and other complex products.
Our finishing process consists of the standard de-flashing and buffing as parts come out of the mold. We also offer different finishing options including:
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