STAGA Composites

From Conception to Production

When it comes to creating automotive aftermarket parts, we were built to handle everything from one-off, handcrafted boutique body work, to large production runs and everything in between.  Due to recent advances in the industry, creating your own line of parts is easier and more economical than ever.  If you have an idea, we can make it happen.  Call us to find out how.  


Carbon Processes....

1.  Wet lay-up / Overlay Carbon..... 

This is a very common process usually done to get the carbon look, imagine this being as a car wrap.  The panel of the car are wrapped in carbon and then later cleared with gel coat or automotive clear.  This will give you the illusion, however ends us being very rough and full of waves and heavy. 


2. Prepreg Carbon

This is pre-resin infused carbon fiber to get the perfect amount ratio of resin to carbon, to get the upmost lightest and strongest carbon.  This process requires materials to be stored in freezer and cured in an oven.  Very good process, however found to be used more in aerospace.  

3. Infused Carbon

This is the method we use...

Our material is prepared and then infused (injected and vacuumed) to get try to achieve the lightest and strongest possible outcome.  Depending on our ply schedule our resin amount varies.  However, excess resins are pumped out through our vacuum port to extract any unnecessary weight. 

Knowing your Quality...

Resins Polyester vs Epoxy

Polyester is a resin used to make things quick, things that you do not need to hold its position long.  Many suppliers out there will use polyester on there parts, however when parts get into the sun heat or over time they can have a tendency to twist or distort.  Epoxy, however is more expensive resin that when used correctly will hold its position over time.  Will give product a  greater strength and longevity, and you will not have to worry about it not fitting or distorting if left out in sun or heat.  

Quality Carbon vs Cheap Carbon

There are hundreds of types of carbons, some loose weave some tight weave.  Different strands and designs.  Most of todays supercars are only using tight weave 2 x 2 twill with higher Grams Per Square Meter (GSM). Meaning more tight strands per for structural support and strength. 


Carbon Finishes

1.  Gel Coat

2.  Automotive Clear

3.  Paint Protection Film

4.  Ceramic Coating


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