Industrial laminates for the Defense Industry
Current, Inc. has been a family-owned and operated business since 1962. We are based in the USA and all our products are USA made. We provide a wide variety of industrial laminates for all your defense needs. We offer materials with excellent thermal and mechanical strength due to several different resins we have available. Our quality processes are ISO 9001:2015 certified so when you work with Current, Inc., you know you’re in good hands.
Current, Inc. is a manufacturer of laminated sheets, laminated rods, and laminated tubing material in various grades and sizes. We can provide custom fabrication and secondary machining to have our products match your specific needs. The resins we use include Phenolic, Epoxy, and Melamine. The substrate (fabric) we use include Glass, Cotton, Paper, Carbon Fiber, Basalt, and Kevlar. Current, Inc. also manufactures electrical grade laminates, carbon fiber sheets, tubing, rods, molded parts as well as ESD G-10/FR4 material. Additionally, we have the capabilities to CNC machine and manufacture filament wound carbon fiber, and filament wound glass.
Our company was one of the first to introduce G-10 into the American gun and knife industries. We manufacture high quality goods that meet military and/or custom specifications. Current, Inc. provides over twenty colors of G-10/FR4 which can be combined in countless ways through innovative processes which create unique patterns. Some of these processes include layering colors, textures with or without peel ply, pressing, and machining. We can cut to size, sand, and surface grind to provide exact sizes, shapes, and tolerances. We always manufacture our products within tolerances set by NEMA standards, and can also provide more specific tolerances when requested by customers. Carbon fiber can be blended with G-10 to create a visually interesting and exquisite marbled effect. Our canvas, linen, and paper are also available in many colors and tones. Composites are an excellent substitute for wood handles and grips. Composites are a stronger and more versatile material, in addition to having a flame retardant option in FR4.