GW Composites pultruded carbon tubes are an excellent choice if your application requires the greatest possible stiffness in the 0 degrees, or longitudinal direction. Pultruded carbon tubes offer the greatest possible stiffness longitudinally because the fibers are unidirectionally oriented. Another benefit to our pultruded carbon is the cost efficiency. Stock diameters run from .125” to .750” and we have a variety of stock lengths to choose from. Please contact us at 360-588-4785 or email@example.com if you need a custom length.
|Tensile Strength||240 ksi / 1.65 GPa|
|Tensile Modulus||19.5 msi / 134 GPa|
|Ultimate Shear Strength||6.0 ksi / 41.3 Mpa|
|Ultimate Tensile Strain||1.40%|
|Flexural Strength||200 ksi / 1.37 GPa|
|Flexural Modulus||18.5 msi / 127 GPa|
|Thermal Expansion Coefficient||-0.1 ppm/cm3 / -0.2 ppm/°C|
|Density||.054 lbs/in3 / 1.5 g/cm3|
|Glass Transition Temperature||100° C|
|Matrix Material||Bisphenol Epoxy Vinyl Ester|
Nomad Brush creates digital stylus brushes for use with tablet computers and digital painting. Goodwinds carbon tubes are an integral part of the structure of Nomad Brushes.
Blimp Works, Inc uses Goodwinds’ large-diameter carbon tubes to ensure the structural integrity of the tailfins on their blimps. Carbon tubing is ideal for this because it combines high stiffness with a low weight. You can see the finished product at www.theblimpworks.com.
Beiter Industries, located in Dauchingen, Germany uses Goodwinds pultruded carbon tubes for bow stabilizers. Some of the best competitive archers in the world use Beiter stabilizers and travel to their state-of-the-art testing facility to match just the right product with their bows. You can learn more at their website.