Cars are manufactured from a wide variety of materials, such as steel, aluminum, copper, glass, rubber, and special fibres.
A raw material production company takes individual raw materials and turns them into materials that can be used in the car manufacturing process.
Racing Cars Use Specialist Fibreglass
Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), also known as fibreglass is extremely light weight and has the shock absorbing properties necessary for a racecar.
Fibreglass is a composite material which can be shaped and moulded into intricate designs. This is perfect for the design and durability essential for racing cars.
Expert fibreglass moulding manufacturers produce the bodywork for racing cars as well as kit cars and body kits for road cars.
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Case Study: Land Rover ‘Ibex’
Stuart Pease Fibreglass UK are specialists in the automotive industry and have also worked on the iconic Land Rover.
Their experts engineered a full cosmetic makeover of the Land Rover Defender ‘Ibex’ model and reduced the weight by 80kg in the process. They did this by employing the latest fibreglass moulding techniques to manufacture their innovative designs.
The bonnet and grill were redesigned along with the grill and wheel arches creating a stunning new silhouette while staying loyal to the traditional Land Rover aesthetic.
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