Industrial Research Institute of Shizuoka Prefecture, Hamamatsu Industrial Technical Assistance Center

Vibration and rigidity control for fiber-reinforced plastic by weaving method

Technical Classification:
[ Intermediate Products ]
[ composite ] [ fiber-reinforced material ] [ vibration characteristic ] [ weaving technique ]

Point of the Proposed Technology

Required strength and vibration characteristics of fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) can besigned by using two kinds of fibers which have differenet characteristics, such as carbon and aramid fiber.
And those characteristics can also be designed by using anisotropic weaving technique.


FRP can be designed according to the applicable products

Conventional Technology

New Technology

Technology Deployment and Cooperation

Development Stage Prototyping / experimental Stage (to be completed in 2015/3; progress: 100%)
Intellectual Property Right None
Joint Researchers (their role) Not open to the public (Please inquire.)
Example of Application ・A resonant board for musical instruments and acoustic equipments (instraments)
・Design parts
・Transportation equipment parts
Technical Problems ・An exqerimental machine was adjusted to weave reinforced fibers . Machines designed for mass-production were not made because three dimensional weaving technique was quite complex. Even if outomation is developed considerably, manual operations are still necessary.

Collaborator needed to Improve ・Please contact us to discuss applicable target of this technology.
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Personnel / DepartmentFiber and Polymeric Materials Section / Section Director, Kazuyuki Suzuki
Address 1-3-3, Shinmiyakoda, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka, 431-2103, Japan
Contact TEL: +81-53-428-4154
FAX: +81-53-428-4160

Outline of Company and Organization

Location 1-3-3, Shinmiyakoda, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka, 431-2103, Japan
Contact TEL: +81-53-438-4152 FAX: +81-53-428-4160
Capital / No. of Employees0 yen・35 employees
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Overseas Base(s)
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Update date: 2020/3/3