Honeycombe panel applicationa are varied

Honeycomb sandwich panels are a popular structural form, combining high rigidity, low weight and low thermal inertia, and are a preferred structure for glass mirror substrates. Their property of low thermal inertia, and the resulting absence of convective straining, has recently been accepted as a fundamental advantage for large ground-based optical systems. Honeycomb is a popular core material for structural foam panels because of its high strength to weight ratio and resistance to fatigue failures. A wide assortment of products including metals and composite materials have been used to make the honeycomb cores.

Stone wall panels are widely used from aerospace to recreation.They are learned in transportation vehicles on land, from cars and trucks to high-speed trains. By sea, they can be found from fast ferries to giant ships.Widely used in dividers, ceilings trailer panels and floors, honeycomb panels replace sheets of particle board and metal in nearly every single application of nearly every industry. Honeycomb panels are also quickly damaged in the factory before they are installed and Vulvox’s product will decrease damage at the site of manuafcture. They will replace heavier fabrications of honeycomb sandwich panels with lighter, stronger structures. Thus the panels are widely used in many industrial and commercial applications of the day-to-day life. Therefore, each panel possessing some different characteristics worthy for that particular environment.

Individual panels can contain integrally bonded hard points to accept heavy attachments. After being machined on the in-house 3 axis CNC Router, panels can be suited with potted inserts to supply attachments for brackets, shelving and other fittings.

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