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Conventional building materials will soon face a new competitor… lighter than
wood, more resilient than concrete and up to 12x stronger than steel.
Everything changes with IsoTruss...
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Wound composites of Kevlar and carbon fiber in an isotropic structure
provide omni-directional improvements to strength and are impervious to
environmental elements.
Imagine carrying a 40ft utility pole to a job site...
...without a crane
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The unique structure and high performance fibers provide optimum strength to weight
ratios that are unequaled.
NASA Langley Research Center contributed to IsoTruss research and development and
selected it for for structures in future programs due to massive strength and weight
savings.
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The bicycle industry was one of
the first to embrace IsoTruss
technology, and the industry is
buzzing with anticipation for the
release of the first production
bikes from "Open Air
Composites/Noble-Designs" of
Provo UT. These bikes will be
available in December 2013 and
have already proven to be the
lightest and strongest bicycles in
the world. Open Air's IsoTruss
frames have NO WEIGHT LIMIT
yet weigh less than 2 pounds.
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With IsoTruss, the
sky’s the limit...
...the possibility
exists to weave
structural members
on the job site,
saving significantly
on transportation,
inventory and logistic
costs.
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Imagine working with material 12 times stronger than steel, a fraction of its
weight and unaffected by the elements
...no rust, rot or fractures.
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The limitations of IsoTruss are equal only to the limitations of one’s
imagination. Here are just a few experimental ideas that have been
concepted or built.
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