Carbon lamination is an articulated process that requires the experience of a specialized craftsman: long, numerous processes and, as the complexity of the geometry increases, costs and times grow exponentially, making the process expensive for the customer who is in need of small lots.
The experience gained in the Automotive sector allowed Mark One to develop a technology that, by means of 3D printing, definitively solves these critical issues. With Mark One, companies can now produce monobloc components reducing time and costs by more than 50% compared to traditional methods, while maintaining geometric and dimensional tolerances intact.
In the picture: Component of a sub-orbital carbon fiber laminated rocket. Fin can withstand the high mechanical stresses of a suborbital launch.