Customer Spotlight: Matt Glagola and His SSM 2008 Lotus Elise

Altlanta’s Matt Glagola is a long time car enthusiast and active SCCA Solo/Autocross competitor, racing at various levels since 2002. He’s got two Solo national championships to his name, and trophied countless times. A few years ago, he moved to a new car; a 2008 Lotus Elise, which competes in the uber-competitive Super Street Modified […]

January 5, 2017   4 Comments

Inside Fibre Glast – Meet Josh Leath

Last year, we were able to bring on a new Product Manager here at Fibre Glast. Since starting, Josh Leath has hit the ground running, shaking things up, and learning a lot along the way. We sat down with Josh to ask him about his history, and where we can expect the Fibre Glast product […]

December 29, 2016   1 Comment

Clay Bells Ring, are you Listening? New for December – Clay and Scissors

New Exclusive Scissors Are your old pair of scissors not cutting it? Our new line of Fibre Glast scissors are a cut about the rest! Now that we’ve exceeded the acceptable number of puns for this update, let’s get down to the shear facts. We have long carried scissors, from many different brands. They all […]

December 8, 2016   No Comments

First Quality: What it Means to Buy from Fibre Glast

The doorbell rings. It’s your friendly UPS/FedEx delivery guy. He’s got a box from Fibre Glast. OH BOY! Time to get started on that project. But, what if the contents aren’t up to par? Am I sure I ordered the right thing? Is this “first quality” material the best I could have ordered? The worry […]

October 19, 2016   No Comments

Customer Focus: Christopher Couch and his High Altitude Photography Platform

(CC0 Public Domain)   As a child, or at least child-at-heart, we’ve all dreamt of building our own space craft. I mean, NASA sent a man to the moon 47 years ago using computers that occupied entire floors of the building. Surely this is something I can design now on my tablet and some garage […]

October 5, 2016   2 Comments

Beginners Guide: The basics of Epoxy Resins

When it comes to strength, nothing quite competes with Epoxy. Lets take a look, shall we?

July 27, 2016   No Comments

Beginners Guide: The basics of Urethane Resins

An introduction into Urethanes. Whether you’re looking to create great parts, new prototypes or molds, Urethanes can be a great choice for fabricators.

July 18, 2016   2 Comments

Know Your Product: The Strength of Patterned Carbon Fiber Fabrics

Carbon fiber is desirable for many reasons. It is very strong, light and looks great. But, what about patterns that aren’t industry defined?

May 5, 2016   2 Comments

Know Your Product: Shrink Tape for Composites


20% Shrink Tape provides an alternative to vacuum bagging for compression molding. Wrap it up, we’ll take it!

March 28, 2016   4 Comments

Simple Female Mold Construction: A Diagram

For creating stable, dependable parts, nothing quite beats a solid, composite made mold. So, where do we begin?

March 24, 2016   3 Comments