Carbon fiber, which we all often hear, is familiar and unfamiliar. It is a high-performance material. It has both the inherent properties of carbon materials and the soft processing characteristics of textile fibers. It is called the king of materials.

High-end materials often used in airplanes, rockets, and bulletproof cars. The application of carbon fiber in automobiles was first used in F1 racing cars. It is also used in civilian cars, painted with black lacquer, deliberately revealing black carbon fiber components, and driving is to pull the wind.

The ultra-light, soft nature of fiber materials, how to make solid car parts? How can the cost of carbon fiber be used in cars to reduce costs?

The best carbon fiber technology in Japan and the United States. Japan is the country with the largest carbon fiber production in the century. Japan’s carbon fiber production capacity accounts for half of the world.

Edison invented carbon fiber in 1880, and it was Edison who invented the light bulb. Carbon fiber was discovered during the experiment of the filament. After more than 100 years of development, BMW used carbon fiber on i3 and i8 in 2010, which opened up the application of carbon fiber in automobiles.

The carbon fiber and the matrix material of the reinforcing material constitute a carbon fiber composite material.

Carbon fiber is used in automotive frames, seats, cabin covers, drive shafts, rearview mirrors, etc., and automotive carbon fiber has several advantages.

Lightweight: At present, the electric car that is very hot is limited by the short battery life of the battery technology and becomes a bottleneck restricting its development. It can only be solved from the replacement of the body structure and materials. Carbon fiber composite material is 1/2 lighter than steel and 1/3 lighter than aluminum. The most direct impact is long cruising range and more energy saving.

Comfort: The soft tensile properties of carbon fiber improve the noise and vibration control of the vehicle, which will greatly enhance the comfort of the car.

Reliability: Carbon fiber has higher fatigue strength and good collision energy absorption. It can reduce the weight of the vehicle while maintaining strength and safety, and reducing the safety risk factor brought by lightweight.

Improve life expectancy: Some parts of the car require corrosion and must pass the test of high temperature, low cold, and smoke. Ordinary metal parts can not guarantee the service life under different environments. Carbon fiber does not have corrosion and rust problems, which enhances the service life of automotive parts.