Cutting edge, cutting energy

Carbon Nexus, a globally unique, open-access carbon fibre/composite research facility, is open for business and conducting strategic research projects with industry.

Deakin University's $34m facility, located at its Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, near Melbourne, offers:

  • State-of-the-art research and analysis laboratories.
  • Pilot scale and research carbonisation lines, operated by experienced production staff.
  • A team of capable, energetic researchers dedicated to working with industry to produce high quality carbon fibre, while reducing production costs and speeding
    up manufacturing processes.

Carbon Nexus understands the needs of the carbon fibre industry. For more than a decade Deakin University researchers have been developing new and improved fibres and carbon composites. This new facility significantly enhances the capacity to deliver real outcomes for industry to capture the enormous market potential of carbon fibre and related composites.

Carbon Nexus is an integral part of the $103m Australian Future Fibres Research and Innovation Centre at Deakin.

Did you know...

Carbon fibres are extremely fine fibres that are finer than a piece of human hair, consisting mostly of carbon atoms.

Nexus news

  • Monday, 15 Sep 2014
    Highly Commended Award for Furnace Engineering

    Melbourne based company, Furnace Engineering received a Highly ...

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  • Wednesday, 10 Sep 2014
    Carbon Nexus featured in Innovabiz podcast

    Derek Buckmaster and Steve Atkiss from Carbon Nexus were recently ...

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