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High force absorption, low dead weight, little waste: Prepreg is optimally suited for the construction of lightweight, dynamic composite designs – for example orthoses (from flexible to rigid).

Good characteristics

Thanks to the pre-impregnation, the resin and fibre content are optimally matched. The prepreg is thus easy to process and there is no excess resin.

The high-quality epoxy resin matrix ensures a low curing temperature and excellent mechanical properties of the components.

Thanks to the high quality of the fibres, our prepreg can be optimally cut and draped.

The finished components feature tensile strength and are pressure resistant.

Large selection

Our prepreg portfolio has the right material for every application:

  • Carbon fibre prepreg (unidirectionally and bi-directionally woven): as a base material for force absorption
  • Aramid prepreg: as breakage protection
  • Fibreglass prepreg: for surface design
  • Dyneema prepreg: for flexible elements or as abrasion protection
  • Honeycomb fleece prepreg: for producing profiling
  • Prepreg cord: for edge design and reinforcement

Your partner for prepreg

You can rely on our many years of experience with prepreg. All our prepreg materials are permanently and reliably available.

We ship your orders quickly – from Monday to Wednesday to avoid having your ordered prepreg be unrefrigerated at the shipping service provider over the weekend.

In the ortho.production Academy, you will learn everything you need to know about handling and processing prepreg in basic and advanced seminars.

Any questions? We are happy to help you – get in touch with us!

Helpful tips

Important for processing: The models must be well dried or insulated and pressure-resistant. Ensure a clean, dust- and grease-free environment.

Remove the prepreg from the refrigerator about an hour before processing: This allows condensation to evaporate (moisture can prevent the curing of prepreg).

Touch and process prepreg only with powder-free nitrile gloves (item no. 12P23). The optimal room temperature for processing because of stickiness (tack) is 20 °C.

How to cure properly:

  • Foam model: up to 6 hours at 80 °C (pressure-resistant and temperature-resistant model, PP placeholder recommended)
  • Plaster model: up to 8 hours at 80 °C (dry or insulated model)
  • Fast curing process: for 3 hours at 100 °C (model must be 100% dry!)

Product details


  • Nylon-fabric


  • for draping on adhered Prepreg-layers
  • will leave a roughened surface after removal
  • excessive resin drains off at the side


  • temperature resistance: max. 232 °C

PU = 1.5 sqm

Product data

Width x ThicknessItem-No.
1500 x 0,02 mm20C1