CNC Machined Phenolic Linen from SendCutSend

LE Phenolic Linen (Micarta)

Starting from $29

Need some parts made with shocking insulating capabilities? Or maybe you need something that fits the electrical specs of your project but also needs to be machinable for your more complex designs?

LE Phenolic Linen parts made through SendCutSend can help make sure that your ideas function as intended.

MACHINABLE
IMPACT RESISTANT
Moisture Resistant

LE Phenolic Linen

Our LE Linen Phenolic (also known as Micarta) is a high-density mixture of phenolic resin and fine weave cotton cloth fabric. Linen grade phenolic material is more machinable than other grades and can retain finer details than similar materials. It has the best electrical properties of cotton-grade industrial laminates due to its superior moisture resistance.

With outstanding dimensional stability and remarkable creep resistance, this material can be used in many of the same applications as aluminum at half the weight. This resin-impregnated fabric lends your projects physical toughness, abrasion, friction, and impact resistances, and even greater fatigue strength.

Not to mention, the lifetime of LE Phenolic linen is exceptional, and low cost, when factoring in its natural chemical and corrosion resistance. You’ll find that phenolic linen is well-suited to extremely humid environments where strength is still as important as corrosion resistance.

Ultimately, LE Phenolic Linen is a wonderful plastic composite used in increasingly more applications in the industry.

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Available Thicknesses

Inches Millimeters Process
.125″ 3.2 CNC
.250″ 6.3 CNC
.375″ 9.6 CNC

Common Uses

  • Gears and pinions
  • Terminal bases
  • Terminal strips
  • Spacers
  • Bushings
  • Propeller blades
  • Countertops
  • Hardhats

FAQs

Does it bend?
No

Can you tap it?
No

Can this be deburred?
No

Will it rust?
No

How big can I make a part in this?
34″ x 46″

Plastic, composite, and wood materials cut on our CNC machine will have small tabs.

These tabs hold your parts in place while being cut to ensure the best accuracy possible. Click below to learn what to expect and how to best design with these tabs in mind.

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