paris air show 2019CARBOMAN Group to showcase carbon fibre fuselage in collaboration with eviation aircraft and announce capacity expansion for aeronautical and new mobility sectors at the paris Air Show 2019


Carboman Group (Carboman) the market leading group specializing in development, prototyping and the manufacturing of high-end composite structures, today announced that it is collaborating with Eviation Aircraft, a global manufacturer of all-electric air mobility solutions, on Eviation’s Alice - an all-electric aircraft structure that will debut at the 53rd Paris Air Show in Le Bourget.




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A new racing-cruising catamaran for Marc Guillemot


He raced twice in the Orma (1998 and 2002) division and three times in the Imoca class (2006, 2010 and 2014) and now Marc Guillemot will compete in his sixth Route du Rhum this time in 2022 the Rhum Multi category.

The project already has momentum as Guillemot is well advanced who is developing a 52-foot catamaran, dubbed the MG5. The floats for the boat are in build at Multiplast. The project was launched with the financial support of the management of Wellness Training,a Parisian company specializing in corporate fitness rooms which he has been linked for two years.




Multiplast-Groupe Carboman produces the foils for Figaro 3, the first Bénéteau boat to be fitted with these appendages.


Figaro 3

GROUPE BENETEAU, the world leader in the manufacture of cruising boats, has entrusted MULTIPLAST GROUPE CARBOMAN to build the foils for its new monotype in the Figaro Class.

Worldwide request for quotation

In the summer of 2016, Bénéteau Group launched a global  tender call to find a subcontractor able to produce the foils for its new cruising monotype designed by VPLP. The goal was ambitious, because the selected yard will have to produce two foils per week for one year, scrupulously respecting both the monotype design and in a strict economic framework.

Selected a few days before the 2016 Nautic, the knowledge of the company from Vannes, not least the technologies used in wind power by Plastinov (closed mould, resin infusion, etc.), enabled Multiplast to take up the challenge.

Samuel Napoléoni, engineer in charge of the project at Multiplast explains : "A first mould section of about 500 mm was quickly machined in order to carry out the process of validation tests. Each test took a week, we ran the process for a fortnight in order to work any "bugs" out of the construction procedure. At the beginning of the year, our objective was  to make the manufacturing process strong enough to start mass production. In parallel, we produced the moulds and worked on the ergonomics of the workstation. It provided great satisfaction when  at the end of June we took out the first four foils. At that time, we knew that we were on the right path."



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