LLD

Laminarity for high-productivity

Battery Boxes

Following the weight reduction trend in the automotive industry, mostly related to fuel economy, many OEMs are introducing and researching the use of composite materials in producing electric vehicles’ battery boxes. Battery boxes can be manufactured using: HP-RTM Liquid Lay Down (LLD) SMC GMT

Body Panels, Hoods and Roofs, Door Outer Skin

These elements can be produced in different ways: obtaining high performance structural parts with the combination of matrix and reinforcement with HP-RTM Liquid Lay Down SMC, to achieve complex geometries PrePreg GMT Interwet

Body in White, Frames and Reinforcing Elements

Automotive body in white components and frames are critical structures requiring the highest fibre volume fraction in order to withstand extreme mechanical stresses. Cannon has developed two ways to produce these parts: HP-RTM When the resin transfer is not convenient due to part dimension or type of reinforcement (e.g. in case of low cost reinforcement…

LLD

Liquid Lay Down, dry fiber impregnation