Lisocore - Lightweight solution

Lightweight Solutions develops and manufactures materials and products in accordance with the standards of modern lightweight constructions. Our solutions provide added value, set standards in design freedom and quality.

What is lisocore®?

The highly advanced compound material lisocore®, for unique applications is material-efficient, state-of-the art, high-performance and owes its outstanding properties to its unique structure. It comprises at least two thin surface layers connected by a three-dimensional core.
Selective milling of the surface layers creates indentations into which the core structure is form-fitted. Positive material connection is ensured by means of high-strength bonding.

lisocore® is therefore form-fitted and material-bonded.

This distinguishes lisocore® from all other lightweight materials on the market.

The patented basic structure with decisive effects:

• Their form-fitted, material-bonded and resilient connection prevents displacement of the individual layers relative to each other under bending loads.
• The shell framework absorbs applied forces with particular efficiency, ensuring an exceptionally high load-bearing effect.
• Loads no longer have to be absorbed exclusively by the bonding of the individual compound elements.
   This means that each element of the bonding can be subjected to loads up to its specific physical limits.
• The extremely thin design of the shell framework and minimum use of adhesives make lisocore® extremely material-efficient and resource-saving.
   Fully optimised product performance

Its special structure and enormous adaptability give lisocore® outstanding properties. Discover the unprecedented possibilities of a state-of-the-art lightweight material optimised for widely ranging requirements. And it goes without saying that lisocore® also offers all the well-known advantages of lightweight construction.

Facts that speak for themselves:

• low net weight
• optimised load-bearing effect
• high compound strength
• high resistance to bending
• high dimensional stability
• low thickness tolerance
• high edge stability

 

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