Composites have been part of larger structures such as aircraft for many years already. With the advent of the drone, carbon is increasingly used in this area of aerospace as well. The drones can carry ever larger loads by reducing the weight of the structure.

This in turn increases the ways in which we can apply drones.


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We have noticed the popularity of drones increasing. Many people are already familiar with the lightweight and supersonic drones that are used by the government and defence forces, or the recreational drones that can be used to take beautiful holiday pictures.

Due to the light weight of the material and its high rigidity, we have also seen an increase in the use of carbon in the drone and aerospace industry.



Prince Fibre is working with a drone developer, but one of a completely different calibre: Drone4, part of the Osse Equipment Manufacturing Group. Drone4 designs and assembles mega drones for logistics, agriculture and emergency services, among others.

Prince Fibre has made a valuable contribution to the Drone 4-70, which can transport up to 75 kilograms autonomously. We hope to be able to continue to actively support them with new projects.

Prince Fibre is very proud to be able to contribute to the potential and therefore future prospects of mega drones.

Carbon voor megadrones van 25 kilogram
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Carbon profiles provide strength, with almost no increase in weight. The profiles also offer extreme rigidity and high compressive strength.

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Aerospace is one of the leading fields when it comes to the use of composites. Customers in this sector are increasingly turning to Prince Fibre because of the low weight and powerful properties of our profiles.

Do you also have a project where you can use Prince Fibre’s carbon profiles? Feel free to contact us. Our specialists will be happy to advise you without any obligation.

Carbon voor megadrones van 25 kilogram

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