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Multiaxial glass reinforcement is an alternative to traditional woven glass cloth and is made up of alternately aligned layers of unidirectional glass fibres. By not being woven, the fibres avoid the 'crimp' of going under and over perpendicular fibres in the way that they do in woven fabrics and so the fibre in multiaxials is intrinsically straighter and therefore stiffer under tension. Multiaxials typically use off-axis fibre orientation, such as +/- 45° and so are often included in a laminate as a convenient and efficient way to fibre orientation, and therefore strength, off-axis from the woven reinforcement.
At Easy Composites we currently stock multiaxial glass fibre in a +/- 45° biaxial due to how effectively it can be combined with traditional woven carbon cloth to produce a laminate with relatively uniform strength in all directions, known as a quasi-isotropic layup. Our biaxial glass reinforcement is available in a choice of fabric weights.
Like all our reinforcement fabrics, our multiaxial glass is rolled to order and available to buy in any length, sold the linear metre. We can also supply in wholesale full roll quantities for unbeatable pricing.
Multiaxial glass reinforcement is an alternative to traditional woven glass cloth and is made up
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