CARBON FIBRE + COMPOSITE MATERIALS FOR BUSINESSES AND HOME USERS
STARTER KITS
We offer a range of full kits that give you everything you need, in one simple place.
CURED CARBON FIBRE PRODUCTS
  Carbon Fibre sheet.
  Carbon Fibre tube.
  Gloss and matte finishes.
  Twill Weave, Plain Weave, Forged.
  Carbon Fibre angle.
*subject to availability
FLAT SHEET CUTTING SERVICE
Cut carbon fibre cured sheet purchased from us to your own design.
  Use our online template or your own CAD/DXF file.
  Inhouse design service available.
*subject to booking and availability
MOULD MAKING KITS
Large variety of mould making kits to suit all budgets + projects.
OPEN CURE SESSIONS
Process materials bought from us in our oven or autoclave.
  Sessions held every single month.
*subject to booking and availability
Recommended Products
INFUSION STARTER KIT
DIY PRO PEEL
JAVAC VACUUM PUMP
DIY IN24 EPOXY INFUSION RESIN
DIY LET GO RELEASE AGENT
DE-MOULDING WEDGES - HARD
SCALES
DRY CARBON FIBRE CLOTH
E-GLASS WOVEN GLASS
INFUSION VAC SUPPLIES
VACUUM BAGS
TAPES
ABRASIVES
PPE
MIXING
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Good to Know
The infusion process allows the end user the ability to create robust composite components with an incredibly high quality surface finish with better distribution of resin volumes over traditional wet lay approaches. The process can be completed in the home workshop or business premises with the addition of some key infusion equipment.

The process works by adding the chosen dry laminate into the mould as well as a special resin flow mesh among other materials before placing the mould surface under vacuum with the use of vacuum bag. Both a resin in and out line is placed into the bag in strategic locations and when a vacuum is drawn on the bag, not only does this allow the laminate to be consolidated well against the mould surface, it also allows resin to be drawn from the resin in point, across and through the laminate wetting it out and out of the resin out point.

DIY Composites has pioneered and sourced its own approaches, techniques and materials to allow the infusion of carbon fibre parts at room temperature which yield great results.

Please read our ‘Resin Infusion Guide the DIY Composites way’.

Below is the DIY Composites range of everything you may need for the completion of your home or workplace project.
Video Tutorial