Tube - Unidirectional - 1.375 x 1.507 x 72 Inch
Unidirectional Carbon Fiber Tube ◾ Great for Bending & Compression
- 1-5 $178.99
- 6-24 $161.79
- 25-49 $151.59
- 50+ $137.39
Features & Benefits
Roll wrapped tubing is manufactured using multiple layers of prepreg carbon fiber (and if noted, other) materials. In general each layer is about 0.006 inches thick which means that a tube with a wall thickness of 0.060 inches will typically be composed of 9-10 individual layers of carbon fiber. The number of layers (plys) allows us to vary the orientation of the fibers throughout the thickness, creating a high performance, engineered product. Click HERE to learn more about our roll wrapping process.
*Please note, the diagram below shows an outer "0/90" ply however the product you are currently viewing does NOT have this outer twill ply.
*This diagram illustrates a "generic" layup. The SKU being viewed may not have the layup schedule shown in this diagram. To view this SKU's particular layup please check out the "LAYUP ORIENTATION" tab.
|Space Flight Ready||No|
|Max Operating Temp (Tg)||238F|
|Materials||Standard Modulus Carbon|
|HTS - Harmonized Tariff Code||6815.13.0000|
|Surface Finish (exterior)||Cello Wrap Gloss|
We cannot supply any "CURED" theoretical data at this time. Please refer to the material data sheets below for fiber and the resin specification sheets. That is the only data we can supply at this time.
Carbon Fiber Specification Sheets
Resin System Specification Sheets
The common resin systems used in our pre preg processes is Newport 301 (used in the following products; 14033-D Carbon Twill, 14002-D Unidirectional, 14015-D Fiberglass Scrim & 14035-D Silver Texalium)
- Newport 301 MSDS
SKU: 45531 Rev A
- 0° Fibers maximize bending stiffness. Consider bending the tube over your knee.
- 45° Fibers maximize torsional stiffness. Typically plied together in an opposing manner, i.e. ±45°. Consider twisting the tube like a vehicle's driveshaft.
- 90° Fibers maximize crushing stiffness and generally assist in overall tube strength. Consider laying the tube on the ground and stepping on it.