Manual lamination consists of adding successive layers of resin and fiber into a mold. The matrix is usually polyester resin; the reinforcing fiber is glass, mainly mats, optionally with rovings.
We use manual lamination to manufacture all cover surfaces and edges; complex shapes are also possible. This method allows affordable production of small orders that would otherwise suffer from machinery setup costs.
Spraying consists of using a spraying machine to deposit a mix of resin and short glass fibers into a mold or directly onto a surface. This method requires a degree of skill and experience in spraying, preparing the surface to be sprayed, and preparing the liquid material.
We primarily use spraying to manufacture bulky parts and to repair damaged surfaces of other materials (mainly concrete and metal).