For more than 25 years, we have been making FRP components for customers around the world.

When using FRP components you need to be sure that they will be of the highest quality. Technology developed over the span of more than 25 years and 2,000+ completed projects gives such assurance.


Years on market

We have specialised in FRP fabrication for more than 2 decades.


Completed projects

In our industry, quality is experience. We have successfully executed over 2,000 various projects.

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Manufacturing of FRP components

Made both by manual and by vacuum techniques - perfect for multi-batch production.

Mould fabrication

The independent Pattern Shop ensures that the moulds are made in accordance with the specified requirements and, in addition, guarantees the continuity of orders by keeping the tools in optimum condition.


The ability to quickly produce one-off moulds allows single parts to be made to catch up with all the details of an order before series production begins.

CNC milling

Large 5-axis milling machine for making models for both mould manufacturing and finished components.


Light RTM

The LRTM technique is a method for producing composites in closed moulds. It is similar to infusion, but by using double-sided moulds, the components are smooth on both sides. In the first phase of the process, the resin is injected into a sealed mould in which the reinforcement materials have previously been placed dry. The process itself significantly reduces the time it takes to mould products by utilising the heat of the exothermic reaction and reduces the labour intensity of the process. The LRTM technique allows to enhance the proportion of reinforcement in the total weight of the composite up to 60%.

Technique advantages:

– High quality and repeatability of manufacturing process
– aesthetic surface on both sides of the component
– minimal styrene emissions- low unit cost of the product


The 5-axis machining center, with a working range of X-3000 mm, Y-5000 mm, Z-1200 mm, is equipped with a control system based on state-of-the-art technology using real-time Ethernet, which allows dynamic position errors to be reduced many times over during high-speed machining, and a torsion-tilt head with a 15 kW spindle, providing a wide range of uses.

In addition to its standard use, the CNC milling machine is equipped with a touch probe and software that allows it to scan the shape of a given part and mill subsequent products without the need for a CAD model.

Along with the milling machine, EdgeCam manufacturing support software with a five-axis module and a dedicated post-processor was purchased to generate NC paths from CAD models, optimise them and simulate them, so that all collisions can be detected at the computer simulation stage, reducing costs resulting from errors in the milling process. The machining simulation allows to estimate machining times and the amount of material used with a high degree of accuracy.

The latest design solutions allow a compromise between perfectly manufactured products in terms of dimensional tolerances and surface quality while meeting strict time criteria.

The CNC milling machine is largely used to produce models that are used later to build composite moulds.

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Manual production of FRP/GRP

The oldest and most popular method of producing polyester-glass composite is manual production of FRP/GRP. It involves placing reinforcement in a mould and simultaneously saturating it with a suitably selected resin. The reinforcement materials, which give the composite the appropriate physical and chemical properties, are usually glass mats and fabrics. This technique allows to obtain 30 to 40% glass content in the finished composite.

Technique advantages:

– control of the manual production of FRP/GRP process in every manufacturing phase
– low production start-up costs, short model and mould preparation time
– possibility to make elements of any shape and size


The infusion method consists of laying the dry reinforcement into a mould with the gelcoat previously applied, laying the resin distribution system (delamination fabric, mesh to facilitate resin distribution, air extraction channels) and sealing the mould with a vacuum bag. A vacuum pump is then used to create a vacuum between the resin inlet and the vacuum collection system. Using a pressure differential, the resin is sucked between the vacuum bag and the mould and distributed throughout the reinforcement. The infusion process allows to attain very high composite characteristics – the reinforcement content can be up to 60%. The process is carried out in a single step, the styrene emission itself is several times lower than with manual production of FRP/GRP. Advantages of the technique:

– higher FRP composite quality compared to the manual method (uniform thickness)
– rapid production cycle
– process repeatability, independent from the worker’s skill
– minimal styrene emissions

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