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Multi-End Roving

OptiSpray® ROBO Roving

For Medium Wet-out in Large and Vertical Parts

The Less Resin, More Performance Robotic Solution

OptiSpray® ROBO Roving represents a compelling solution for fabricators that want to save time and resin while increasing the performance of their products. Designed specifically for your open-mold robotic chop process to improve dispersion and increase conform-ability.


Performance Attributes

  • Increased Efficiency

    Low fuzz combined with easy chopping, flat lay down and uniform dispersion saves time. An improved anti-stat provides less static buildup for your robotic-based production.

  • Reduced Cost

    Higher glass loading with optimal resin consumption reduces the amount of expensive resin required.

  • Improved Opti Spray® Robo Roving Performance

    Good mechanical properties, great surface quality, low spring back and reduces risks with trapping air. The new OptiSpray® ROBO Roving fiber geometry has improved conform-ability for improved roll-out.

Technical Information

Technical Characteristics (Nominal Values)

Other Tex may be available upon request.

Linear Weight Of Roving (tex) Yields (yds/lb) Loss On Ignition (%) Iso 1887: 1995
2400 207 1.10

Product Availability (Standard Reference)

Product Doff Characteristics
Diameter (mm) Height (mm) Net Weight (kg)
Internal External
OptiSpray® ROBO Roving 2400* 75 303 265 23

*Other Tex may be available upon request.

Each OptiSpray™ ROBO doff is protected by a tack-wrap polythene film and identified by an individual label; please do not remove film during use.

Creel-Pak™ and customer specific packaging may be available upon request.

Product Doff Ø (MM) Pallet Dimen. L X W (CM) Layers per Pallet Doffs per Layer Total Number of Doffs Creel-Pak™ Pallets
Number of Ends Approx. Height (CM) Net Weight* (KG)
OptiSpray® ROBO Rov. Creel Pak™ 2E 2400 303 129.5 x 96.5 3 12 36 2 13.9 2140

*Add 35 to 45 kg to obtain gross weight.


Each doff has a self-adhesive identification label, showing the product reference and the production date.

Each pallet has five identification labels detailing the product reference, pallet net and gross weights, production date and pallet production code.


It is recommended to store glass fiber products in a cool, dry area. The glass fiber products must remain in their original packaging material until the point of usage; the product should be stored in the workshop, within its original packaging, 48 hours prior to its utilization, to allow it to reach the workshop temperature condition and prevent condensation, especially during cold season. The packaging is not waterproof. Be sure to protect the product from the weather and other sources of water. When stored properly, there is no known shelf life to the product, but retesting is advised after two years from the initial production date to insure optimum performance.



Talk to an Expert

Stephane Mouret
Matthew Berning

Product Leader, Multi-End Roving NA

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