Braided Sock, Sleeves & Tapes

Braided Sock, Sleeves & Tapes


Sharx Braided Sleeve and Tapes

This typical braid construction is most often a basket weave with two yarns crossing over and under each other. Braids are commonly defined at a +/-45° orientation, but are often used at lower angles. When this sleeving is pulled over a mandrel with changing cross-sections the fiber orientation, the thickness, and the yield of the braid vary at each point along the mandrel. These variations are predictable and repeatable and, therefore lend themselves to easy and precise manufacture of composite parts. Typical Property Specifications

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