What Is Ex-Core?
Ex-Core clearly sets out which designs, forms and use-cases will benefit from its carbon-fibre technology and processes, and they will see advantages like:
An efficient one-shot production process
Reduced costs, increased environmental friendliness through lower wastage
The ability to create complex shapes and sharp radii
Incredible strength- and rigidity-to-weight ratios
Flexible production volumes
Used in the right areas, in the right way, Ex-Core is considerably less expensive and has a more flexible production process than traditional carbon-fibre composite technologies. It has lower costs through lower energy use and lower wastage, and it is easier to prepare moulds, for greater production quality. There are no downsides, but not all use-cases will see the greatest benefits.
The Core of Ex-Core
Ex-Core was developed from the Donkervoort Automobielen supercar company’s search for a material that could match the strength criteria of its engineers, the design flexibility of its creative team and the light-weight obsession of its founder.
It has been a successful stand-alone company since 2021.
The endless race for innovation
Ex-Core uses lower temperatures and needs less energy than traditional carbon-fibre methods to produce similar-sized composite parts. The process also has far less wastage compared to traditional methods, and its ease-of-use lends itself to higher production quality.
Join the Revolution
One of the most effective ways to take advantage of the Ex-Core revolution is to join it, as a joint-venture partner, a customer or an investor. Click the link to investigate the most appropriate pathway to your success. The possibilities for Ex-Core to expand are growing daily, with the innovative material now used everywhere from Formula 1 to luxury yachts and lightweight supercars.