Biaxial, Triaxial, Quadraxial and Unidirectional Stitched Fiberglass
$2.50/pound any weight whole roll up to 499 pounds
$1.50/pound 500 to 999 pounds
$1.20/pound 1000 to 1,999 pounds
$0.90/pound for 2,000 pounds and up
(plus shipping - see additional info below)
Vectorply® Inventory list with descriptions
0°: Longitudinal or warp direction - lengthwise down the roll of material
+ 45°: Relative to the 0° orientation
- 45°: Mirror orientation of +45° relative to 0° orientation
90°: Transverse, side to side or fill direction
oz: *anywhere you see "oz" it means ounces per square yard or oz/sq yd - oz/sq ft is not used anywhere - locations such as (loc C14) are for our own use so we can use this same list in locating the rolls.
T-Spec: our inference, or guess, from Vectorply nomenclature and similar styles - not
to be taken as exact specs.
V-Spec: Vectorply® specs for individual styles published on the internet transposed by us
List is in order of 0/90 biax, 45/45 biax, Triax, Quadrax and Unidirectional and in order of increasing overall weight (oz/sq yd)
0/90 Biaxial Fiberglass
in order by increasing overall weight (oz/sq yd)
E-LT 1100-14P x 50" 0/90 Biaxial Fiberglass
(T-Spec: 11oz/sq yd 0°/ 90°) 2600 lbs. total in original boxes- (loc C10, H1, 5S37)
E-LT 1800-14P x 18.5" 0/90 Biaxial Fiberglass
(V-Spec: 17.92oz/sq yd overall, 8.96 oz glass in the 0° and 8.96 oz in 90° orientation, 0.023" thick) (3) rolls 214 lbs.total 366 yards. (loc F54)
E-LT 1800-7 x 50" 0/90 Biaxial Fiberglass
(V-Spec:17.92 oz/sq yd overall, 8.96 oz glass in the 0° and 8.96 oz in 90° orientation, 0.023" thick)
(T-Spec: 37 oz/sq yd overall with Most of the glass in the 0° or warp direction with some in the + 45° and - 45°)
20,359 lbs. of mostly 350 lb rolls.
Thayercraft, Inc is not a distributor of or affiliated with the Vectorply® Corporation in any way and is just in possession of surplus material selling it as is. All material is guaranteed to be in good condition with suitable finishes for thermosetting resins. Material is surplus and not junk. Prices are a one shot deal and in no way to be used as an expectation of ongoing pricing.