Tube - Hex - Fabric - 1.00 x 1.110 x 66 inch
Flat Mounting Surfaces ◾ Easy To Machine ◾ General Application Layup
- 1-5 $157.99
- 6-24 $141.79
- 25-49 $133.59
- 50+ $121.39
Features & Benefits
Unlike metals which have similar properties in all directions (isotropic), the properties of composites are varying, dependent on the orientation of the fibers in each layer.Roll wrapped tubing is manufactured using multiple layers of pre-preg 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.
- Fabric Tubing has an outer ply of woven material (denoted below as 0°/90°). Typically this outer ply is a 2x2 twill weave (diagonal appearance seen below) but it can also be a plain weave (small checkerboard), spread tow (large format plain weave / checkerboard) or other off-axis weave such as a braid. The core of these tubes are almost always comprised of multi-directional "uni" plies.
- To learn about our Roll Wrapping Process click here.
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|Materials||Standard Modulus Carbon|
|Pattern||3k 2X2 Twill Weave|
|Shaped ID 2 (Flat to Flat)||1.000|
|Shaped OD 1 (Flat to Flat)||1.110|
|Outer Diameter (Flat to Flat)||1.110|
|Surface Finish (exterior)||Cello Wrap Gloss|
Radius of TubingThe inner and external corner radii are measured by hand with a radius gauge with no tolerance called out.
- Internal Radius: 1/64”
- External Radius: 13/64”.
We cannot supply theoretical values for this tube at this time. For specification sheets and other data we can supply please review our Technical Spec page.
SKU: 25600 Rev D
- 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.