Pattern Development (3D Digitization)
Mold Creation (CNC Machine Creates Master/Pattern)
Secondary Component Installation (PVC, Metal, Wood, and Rubber)
Our team is available to produce fiberglass body parts for a variety of automotive uses. Whether for trucks or cars, our team of professionals can produce components that our clients need to excel within their industry. From the first consultation to the construction of the final product, we always make our clients happy and satisfied with our service.
We always deliver incredible results. This is part of our efforts to provide our clients with materials that satisfy their needs.
Pattern development, mold creation, painting, secondary component installation, and boding services to serve all your needs.
The professionals from BLG have produced parts and components for companies in the automotive industry for many years now. We have the skills and the experience to deliver perfect components that our clients can rely on.
Clients know they can count on our people for:
Components designed to their exact specifications
Components made from quality materials
Skilled and professional technicians
Regular updates on their projects
Prompt and timely results
From medium trucks, heavy trucks and recreation vehicles to mass transit and specialty vehicles, our factory has the capabilities to create components for many automotive vehicles.
The components we produce for this industry are varied and include things like truck hoods, end caps, cowls, fan shrouds, air deflectors, engine covers, molded fiberglass roofs, and so much more. Clients come to us for their needs because our skills, experience and processes and advanced equipment which allow us to develop components that adhere to our clients’ exact specifications and perform reliably.
The benefits of using fiberglass automotive parts are many. Fiberglass is a strong, lightweight material that can be moulded into virtually any shape. It’s also corrosion-resistant and durable, making it an ideal choice for automotive parts.
Fiberglass parts can be produced at a fraction of the cost of metal parts, and they’re often lighter in weight, which can improve fuel economy. Additionally, fiberglass parts can be painted to match the colour of the vehicle, creating a seamless appearance.
The process of making fiberglass automotive parts typically begins with creating a pattern or mold of the desired part. The mold can be made from a number of different materials, but is most often made from silicone or urethane rubber. A fiberglass mat is then saturated in resin and applied to the mold. The part is then heated to drive off the moisture and cure the resin. After curing, the part is sanded and polished to remove any imperfections.
Fiberglass automotive parts are used in a variety of vehicles, from cars and trucks to boats and RVs. Fiberglass is a strong and lightweight material that is resistant to corrosion, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of applications. When it comes to choosing the right type of fiberglass automotive part for your vehicle, it’s important to consult with an expert to ensure you get the best possible product for your needs.
There’s no definitive answer to this question since it can vary depending on the size and complexity of the automotive part. Generally speaking, it takes anywhere from a few hours to a couple of days to produce a fiberglass automotive part. However, if you’re working with a professional team who has experience in this area, they’ll be able to provide you with a more accurate timeline.
BLG is a manufacturer of automotive fiberglass products and our head office is located in Toronto at 3080 Yonge Street, Suite 6060, Toronto, ON, M4N 3N1.
Our products are designed to improve the performance and appearance of your vehicle. We use only the highest quality materials and craftsmanship to ensure that you receive a product you can trust. Our team is passionate about delivering a product that exceeds your expectations.
We work with companies all across Canada and ship our fiberglass products to all the major Canadian cities, including:
If you are looking to get a quote on your project or you need more information about our team and services, we encourage you to get in touch with us today. We look forward to hearing from you.