End Cap Inserts For Round And Rectangular Tubes
Round and rectangular end cap inserts are available from Ø10mm to Ø120mm and are ideal for finishing our round and rectangular carbon tubes.
Plastic protection cap for 30mm tube (5pcs)€3,20 incl VATPlastic protection cap for 30mm tube (5pcs)25/01/2022
Do you want to buy end cap inserts? They are available for round and rectangular tubes and are easy to order through our webshop with fast delivery throughout Europe.
Besides our standard carbon products, we offer industrial services and post processing. These industrial services include CNC milling (in-house CNC milling machine), waterjet cutting, and cutting carbon products to size. Precision machining of composite products is a specialism. It requires experience, special tools, and safe and dust-free production areas. Refitech and CarbonWebshop have this specialism in-house. More info here.
If you require any extra information about the technical specifications of our products, we can provide you with datasheets for almost all our carbon tubes. All the data we currently have available, you can find in the datasheets. If you’re looking for more technical information about the standard products and it’s not in the datasheet, then we don’t have that data currently available. Feel free to contact us here about custom requirements for your application.
We are specialized in the processing of carbon fiber, combined with epoxy resin. The lightweight products of CarbonWebshop are extremely suitable for large mechanical loads due to their strength and rigidity. Carbon composites can replace other materials such as steel and aluminium. Composite is an anisotropic material. Unlike metals, the mechanical properties of composite vary in different directions. This allows carbon composites to be used for various applications. With a good design, a carbon construction can be as much as 40-70% lighter compared to aluminium. Want to know more about carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP)? Feel free to contact us here.
Carbon fiber uses can vary per industry. Carbon is mostly used in the following industries: drone/UAV, aerospace, defence, machine/product handling, grippers, robots and more…