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Carbon Nexus is a globally unique carbon fibre and composite research facility owned and operated by Deakin University.
Carbon Nexus has two pilot lines that can manufacture industrially relevant quantities of aerospace grade carbon fibre. Scientists can conduct research into the chemical, mechanical and nano-scale characteristics of the carbon fibre materials produced on-site.
Carbon Nexus offers research, tailored training programs and industry access to a state-of-the-art carbon fibre pilot line.
Carbon Nexus is embedded within the Australian Future Fibres Research and Innovation Centre (AFFRIC) - a world class materials research institute administered by Deakin University and CSIRO with support from the Victorian Centre for Advanced Materials Manufacturing (VCAMM).
For more details please visit carbonnexus.com.au
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