This process involves the use of resins with additives of appropriate catalysts that allow their polymerization even at room temperature and their subsequent distribution by rolling on the fibers to be impregnated.
This technique is used where special specifications and strength of the composite artifact are not required.


In this case, the fibers are industrially impregnated with better weight ratio and distribution than the manual method and stored inert at temperatures close to -18°C.
The fibers are then distributed on the mold interspersed, where necessary, by the presence of core to form a final sandwich.
After appropriately arranging aerating fabrics and vacuum bag, a depression is created on the fibers.
At this point polymerization takes place by heating the artifact using an industrial oven at temperatures between +45 and 180 degrees for appropriate periods of time.