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Carbon Fiber Sheet

Carbon fiber sheet is a general term used to describe a range of composite material products used across many industries. The sheet is made up of multiple layers of woven carbon fiber material that are bonded and cured with some type of epoxy. The strength will be determined by the number of layers, the weave pattern of each layer, and the orientation of the layers, as well as the epoxy used for assembly. Carbon fiber sheets are corrosion resistance, have a high strenght-to-weight ratio, and are also fairly impact resistance.