COYOTE COMPOSITE Q&A
COYOTE COMPOSITE FAQ’S
What size is best to order to fabricate an arm? 3” or 4”
What size is best to order to fabricate a leg?
BK: 4”, 5”, 6” 7”
AK: 6”, 7”, 8”, 10”
How do I keep a Coyote Composite socket from fraying on the edges in the lamination process?
This depends on the amount of vacuum you use. Epoxy resin can take 20+lbs of vacuum and not fray on the edges. For Acrylic Modified Epoxy, use 10-14 lbs. of vacuum in the lamination process.
Why would I use the Braid versus the Fabric? Braid is for laminating, Fabric is for reinforcement.
How do I know which Layup to use? Use equal amounts of Coyote Composite in place of carbon fiber in your existing layups or you can try one of Coyote’s sample Layups at ….?
Which Resin should I use with the Coyote Composite? Layups are effected by the type of resin used: Modified Acrylic is thinner, easier to saturate and fast to cure; Epoxy Resin; is stronger, clearer, thicker with a slower cure time – Epoxy works well for heavier more active patients
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