Composite materials are new materials made by optimizing the composition of materials with different properties using advanced material preparation techniques. The base materials for composite materials are divided into two main categories: metallic and non-metallic. Metal substrates include aluminium, magnesium, copper, titanium and their alloys. Non-metallic substrates include synthetic resins, rubber, ceramics, graphite, carbon, etc. Reinforcing materials include glass fibres, carbon fibres, boron fibres, aramid fibres, silicon carbide fibres, asbestos fibres, crystals and metals. In recent years, in order to achieve lighter weight, carbon and glass fibres with resin materials are widely used in sports equipment, vehicles, military materials and other applications where weight reduction and high strength are required.
Golf clubs are the basic equipment in the game of golf, consisting of a head, shaft and grip. Tex Year's products in golf equipment are widely used and have been renowned in the industry for 30 years, mainly for the assembly of head/driver joint applications which require high impact resistance.
Carbon Fiber Bicycle
With the widespread use of carbon fibre composite materials, which are 5 times stronger than steel and only 1/5 of the weight of steel, more and more parts of bicycles are using carbon fibre composite materials in recent years, so there is an increasing demand for processing/assembly/adhesive materials for carbon fibre composite materials.