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Composite Fibre Technology with CFRP (Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic) has the Greatest Potential for Lightweight Construction.

 

Carbon fibre has the greatest potential for lightweight construction due to its low density and availability in fibre form. Embedded in the plastic matrix, a composite material with high specific rigidity and strength is created. The following diagram shows the design ranges of CFRP (Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic), GFRP (Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastic) and AFRP (Aramide Fibre Reinforced Plastic):

 

 

Right from the idea up to the finished product – everything from one source.

The fibre-composite materials – FRP (Fibre Reinforced Plastics) offer a wide range of design and processing options. However, this renders the developer's work more complex. A good understanding and knowledge of the relationships between component properties, materials and the manufacturing process are required to achieve a high-quality lightweight construction solution.

 

Thanks to its overall expertise in development and production, Roding Automobile is the right partner to establish a balance between the objectives of quantity, potential for lightweight construction and costs. We specialise in the initiation and implementation of structural lightweight construction products from FRP.


"The Roding shows how to optimally tap the potential for lightweight construction in the vehicle using a design in line with composite fibre technology. The technologies used are paving the way for the structural use of fibre-composite materials in mass production", explains Prof. Dr Klaus Drechsler (TU Munich), one of the most renowned scientists and technologists in the field of CFRP plastics.

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