Development of a two-matrix composite material fabricated by 3D printing
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A new technological process for the synthesis of composite materials based on carbon fibers and the combination of a thermoset and a thermoplastic matrix is described. The mechanical characteristics of a two-matrix composite are presented. The scope of its application is discussed.
Keywordscomposite materials carbon fibers thermoset and thermoplastic matrices 3D printing
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