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laminatingvacuum infusion

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laminating, vacuum infusion


TYCOR® provides designers a cost advantage compared to balsa and structural foam. The fiber-reinforced pre-form core is designed for vacuum infusion. It is comprised of fiberglass webs which develop nearly allthe core’s mechanical properties upon infusing and helps prevent resin race tracking even in contoured shapes. Fine cell foam minimizes excess resin absorption and provides durability during handling and processing. TYCOR® engineered core materials optimize weight, stiffness and strength in infused applications enabling structures that can be made lighter, less expesively and more reliably than old generation core materials. Higher Quality Infusion As an assembled core, TYCOR® has inherent permeability that provides an improved quality infusion. The dry fiber webs help wick and control resin flow through the laminate and holds the resin where it is designed to be, minimizing voids and dry spots. • Resin flow is controlled by fibers in L-webs and T-webs* • Permeability designed to limit the tendency to race track compared to open channels • Webs draw resin to mold side effectively leading to full wet out *Optional T-Web design available for TYCOR® W series only TYCOR® products are engineered for demanding structural applications. Designed for closed molding, TYCOR cores employ through-thickness fiberglass webs in low-density foam and surface skin reinforcements. The fiberglass webs offer high compression and shear strength while the surface skin reinforcements offer excellent core-to-skin bond for improved thoughness and durability.


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