People have been using camouflage in some sort or another from the beginning of human civilization. In fact, the basic idea of camouflage comes from the natural adaptations that let animals blend in with their environment.
In our multi-directional “Black Camo” carbon fiber composite blocks and sheets, each layer is 0.09 mm thick, and they are manufactured in a 45 degrees balanced symmetrical layup. This composite can be machined using conventional techniques, ideal for the manufacture of high precision, complex geometry components, where tight tolerance, durability, and thermal stability required, also offering huge weight savings in compere with metals. And of course, an incredible shimmer, and aesthetics make it perfect not only for engineering applications but also in a field where aesthetics matter.
A lightweight, durable and high flexural strength makes it perfect for various aplications:
Picture: UR5e cobot tool mount
Williams Blade Design made by TRC knives, featuring Fatcarbon® Black Camo