Definitions for "Filament Winding"
A reinforced-plastics process that employs a series of continuous, resin-impregnated fibers applied to a mandrel in a predetermined geometrical relationship under controlled tension.
Sheets of pre-preg graphite or boron are layered and rolled onto a mandrel, then cured to make a shaft.
A molding process to form a composite which involves winding a resin-impregnated tow around a rotating mandrel (a pipe/rod or a vessel) and cured under heat.