Carbon fiber and composite design and fabrication
Aluminum Space Frame
The use of aluminum Alloys is to reduce the weight of structural members.
Cast Aluminum Reinforcements
Aluminum sheet is bonded to cast aluminum Parts too complicated to form.
High-Strength Steel Integration
The careful placement of high-strength Steel in and around the occupant cabin allows the softer Alloys and Composites to collapse while maintaining the structural rigidity around the passengers.
The insulating capabilities of carbon-ceramic brakes virtually eliminate all high temperature problems and increase friction.
Carbon fiber, pound-for-pound make up the lightest and strongest components integrated into today's vehicles. It is also the most expensive to manufacture and repair.
Aerospace Epoxy Bonding
Various epoxy bondings are the strongest glues in the world. They have replaced virtually all Dental fillings, they hold the heat absorbing tiles on spacecraft, and they glue your Tesla together.