Fast Carbon


We are about to enter an age of small, unmanned aircraft and seagoing vessels enabled by lightweight, high strength composite materials. With manual layup inconsistent, joining processes difficult, moulds expensive, there is a growing demand to produce complex parts in days, not months.

Researchers at Fast Carbon have developed a composite manufacturing method for rapidly produced hollow structures using deliberate warpage. Expensive investment in process design time and capital is no longer required, allowing industry innovators to rapidly iterate on parts not prototypes, push the boundaries of their design cycle timeline and decouple from the constraints of current moulding practices.