When mixed as part of a body filler or resin, these small particles serve a number of purposes for composite laminates. Fillers are used to reinforce strength or fill gaps in targeted areas, like fabric weave, butt joints, and the surface of core materials. They can also be used to improve surfacing characteristics, like sanding, and can be added to resin to prevent run-off or sagging in vertical applications.

No matter how they are used, fillers should be handled carefully due to their especially small size. When mixing, take special measure to avoid "dust" and direct contact with skin and eyes. When storing, fillers should be sealed tightly against moisture, heat, and general contamination.

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Talc

Talc

Cost-Effective Filler for Sanding

Glass Microspheres

Glass Microspheres

Lightweight, Sandable Filler for Surface Layers

Thixotropic Silica

Thixotropic Silica

Prevent Sags on Vertical Surfaces

1/4

1/4" Chopped Glass Fibers

Build Strength for Resin Systems

1/32 inch Milled Glass Fibers

1/32 inch Milled Glass Fibers

Small Fibers for High-Strength Parts

1/16 inch Milled Glass Fibers

1/16 inch Milled Glass Fibers

Short Fibers with High-Strength Results

1/4

1/4" Chopped Graphite Fibers

Localize Strength for Hi-Performance Parts

Kevlar<sup>®</sup> Pulp

Kevlar® Pulp

Reinforce High-Impact Areas

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