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  • In recent years multiaxial fabrics have begun to find favour in the construction of composite components.
  • Industrial applications present huge potential use of multiaxial fabrics for the increasingly complex and demanding requirements of today’s developing market.
  • Multiaxial machines enable reinforcement materials to be made in one single manufacturing process.
  • These materials comprise uni-axial nonwoven plies (0°, 90°, + or – 45°) which are laid one on top of the other and stitched together.
  • These fabrics consist of one or more layers of long fibres held in place by a secondary non-structural stitching tread.
  • The main fibres can be any of the structural fibres available in any combination.
  • The stitching thread is usually polyester because of its combination of appropriate fibre properties (for binding the fabric together) and cost.
  • The stitching process allows a variety of fibre orientations, beyond the simple 0/90° of woven fabrics, to be combined into one fabric.
  • The two main improvements with stitched multiaxial fabrics over woven types are: Better mechanical properties, mainly from the fact that the fibres are always straight and non-crimped, and that more orientations of fibre are available from the increased number of layers of fabric.
  • With the 'Weave & Stitch' method the +45° and -45° layers can be made by weaving weft Uni-directionals and then skewing the fabric, on a special machine, to 45°.
  • A warp unidirectional or a weft unidirectional can also be used unskewed to make a 0° and 90° layer If both 0° and 90° layers are present in a multi-layer stitched fabric then this can be provided by a conventional 0/90° woven fabric.
  • Due to the fact that heavy rovings can be used to make each layer the weaving process is relatively fast, as is the subsequent stitching together of the layers via a simple stitching frame.
  • To make a quadraxial (four-layer: +45°, 0°, 90°, -45°) fabric by this method, a weft unidirectional would be woven and skewed in one direction to make the +45° layer, and in the other to make the -45° layer. The 0° and 90° layers would appear as a single woven fabric. These three elements would then be stitched together on a stitching frame to produce the final four-axis fabric.
  • Simultaneous stitch manufacture is carried out on special machines based on the knitting process, such as those made by Liba, Malimo, Mayer, etc. Each machine varies in the precision with which the fibres are laid down, particularly with reference to keeping the fibres parallel.
  • Textile major Arvind Ltd, flagship enterprise of the $1-billion Lalbhai Group, on Tuesday announced the formation of a joint venture with the Germany-based PD Fiber Glass Group for the manufacture of glass fabrics in India with an investment of Rs 80 crore over the next five years.
General & Application
  • Multiaxial Fabrics and Braidings
  • Composite Technologies for Large Wind Turbine Blades
  • Industrial applications
  • Multiaxials/Knits and Combinations

Manufacturing process

  • Manufacturing methods of composites
  • Processing of Multi Axial (Non Crimp) Fabrics
  • Manufacturing process of Multiaxial fabric
  • Two ways of manufacturing multiaxial fabrics

Raw material suppliers

  • Chopped strand mat
  • Fiber glass

Machinery suppliers

  • Machinery suppliers from China
  • Machinery suppliers from Germany
  • Machinery suppliers from Russia
  • Machinery suppliers from U.K
  • Fiberglass multiaxials reinforce their market share

Manufacturing plant

  • Manufacturing plant from Asia
  • Manufacturing plant from India
  • Manufacturing plant from Italy
  • Manufacturing plant from United Arab Emirates

Turnkey service providers

  • Turnkey service providers from China
  • Turnkey service providers from Netherland
  • Turnkey service providers from United Arab Emirates
  • Turn Key supplier for HP-RTM application


  • Multiaxial Compound Weave Method for Preforms
  • Multiaxial weaving technology for technical application
  • Introduction to Advanced Composites and Prepreg Technology
  • Challenges in Production of Carbon-Fibre Reinforced


  • Multiaxial Fabrics—Quadraxial-QX1000
  • E-glass multiaxial fabrics
  • Multiaxial fabrics
  • Basalt Multi-Axial Fabric
  • MultiFab
  • Fiberglass Multiaxial Stitched Fabric
  • OC® Quadaxial Fabrics
  • Multiaxial layer fabric GBX
  • Sigrafil - carbon fibers
  • HexForce® NC2


  • Unidirectional fabric
  • Basalt roving
  • Sprint


  • Predictive tools for permeability, mechanical and electro-magnetic properties of fibrous assemblies: Modelling, simulations and experimental verification
  • Design and Analysis of Conjugate Cam Mechanisms for a Special Weaving Machine Application
  • Development and Innovation
    for Advanced ManufacturIng of Thermoplastics
  • Carbon composite materials in modern yacht building
  • Development of unified models for the mechanical behaviour of textile composites
  • Theoretical foundations for concurrent, multi-scale design and engineering of textile composites
  • Analysis of Conjugate Cam Mechanisms Using Laser Techniques

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  • Suppliers of Multiaxial fabric
  • Manufacturers of Multiaxial fabric
  • Selling leads of Multiaxial fabric


  • Multiaxial fabric with strain-responsive viscous liquid polymers
  • Multiaxial polyethylene fabric and laminate
  • Bi-directional and multi-axial fabric and fabric composites
  • Multiaxial fabric
  • Tow multiaxial non-woven fabric
  • Multiaxial press fabric having shaped yarns
  • Multiaxial nonwoven fabric
  • Multiaxial fabric having reduced interference pattern


  • Lamborghini choses formax’s carbon multiaxial fabrics to reinforce its latest carbon supercar
  • Chomarat certified EN 9100:2009 for aerospace industry
  • Formax to showcase carbon multiaxial fabrics at composites Europe
  • Malitronic Multiaxial up to 25% faster as first machine goes on trial

Company profiles

  • Company from Alabama
  • Company from Europe
  • Company from Germany
  • Company from Italy
  • Company from Korea
  • Company from Saerback
  • Company from U.K
  • Another Company from U.K
  • Company from U.S.A


  • Consultancy from Istanbul
  • Online Consultancy
  • Consultancy from Singapore
  • Consultancy from U.K
  • Market of automotive components
  • Composite Materials for Wind Blades
  • To manufacture glass fabrics with Rs 80-cr investment
  • The UK Carbon Fibre Composites Industry
  • Challenges & Opportunities for
    EU Companies in Technical Textiles


  • Long term durability and damage tolerance of innovative marine composites
  • Modern multiaxials improve performance
  • Characteristics of Multi-axial Woven Structures
  • Tailor made textile reinforcements for Timber Connections
  • Multiweave: New weaving technology of a multiaxial structure for technical applications
  • Bending Behavior of Plain-Woven Fabric Air Beams: Fluid-Structure Interaction


  • Tearing properties of coated multi-axial warp knitted fabric
  • Advanced Textile Technologies for the Cost Effective Manufacturing of High Performance Composites
  • Low cycle fatigue behaviours of multiaxial warp knitted fabric composite
  • New technologies to protect historic buildings from seismic risk
  • Carbon composites based on multiaxial multiply stitched preforms.
  • Multiweave - A prototype weaving machine for multiaxial technical fabrics
  • Influence of the stitching density on the transverse permeability of Non-Crimped New Concept (NC2) multiaxial reinforcements

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