2015 yılında kompozit parça üretimi amacıyla Tuzla / İstanbul’da kuruldu.
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Üretim metodolojisi ?
Sektörde ki tüm yenilikleri yakından takip eden Opti-tur El yatırması vakum infusion RTM gibi kompozit üretim metodlarını etkin bir şekilde kullanarak tamamen kişiselleştirebilir ürünleri ortaya çıkarabilmektedir.
Peki bu metodlar tam olarak nedir ?
Hand lay-up is the most common fiber application technique, as it requires the least amount of equipment.
Fiber reinforcements are placed by hand in a mould, and resin is then applied with a brush or roller.
The tooling costs are low, this technology is being discontinued and low repeatability/consistency for serial production.
We use vacuum infusion for the majority of our composite production.
Although the Vacuum Infusion Process (“VIP”) is one of many closed mould processes, it is the only process that solely utilizes atmospheric pressure to push the resin into the mould.
The mould is usually one-sided, with bagging film being utilized for the counter side.
The process is highly controllable, as the resin flow is affected only by the viscosity of the resin, permeability of laminate and pressure differential. The resin is cured in a closed environment.
It allows for an excellent glass-to-resin ratio and the superior application of core materials, with minimal to no voids in the finished laminate leading to one of the strongest composite laminates available.
Light Resin Transfer Moulding, or Light RTM, is a process by which composite products are manufactured using a closed mould system consisting of two halves: a base mould and counter mould, which are sealed using vacuum pressure. Resin is drawn into the mould via a vacuum-assisted injection pump, which also draws the air out of the mould. Once the part is cured, the counter mould is removed and the part is demoulded.