What if you could make anything lighter and stronger?

Drag drop & shop composite connectors, tubing and plane next to any Fusion360 Design next time you are designing something that needs to be strong. Or just send us a hand sketch and we will be glad to help you get organized. go to www.overnightcomposites.com and learn more about light weight designs for just about any great idea. Also available on Amazon, Ebay, Pinterest and Overnight Composites.com Facebook Here is a watch & learn video on how it works.

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Comment by Mario on Thursday

Exactly what I need!  Been 3D printing connectors for long time and look forward to have the choice of out sourcing them.

However, the fusion 360 import button on your website does not work for me, videos are not all online, only 20mm tube shows in store, etc.

Looks like you are not ready for business yet.

If I am wrong and those are just small startup glitches, please let me know has I will surely become one of your customers.

Comment by Composites Connectors on Thursday

Hi Mario,  Great input.  I will fix the storefront this weekend.  Sorry for the confusion, we are building an app that goes in Fusion to automate the process.  I will have that stuff fixed by the end of the weekend.     We have been building these high strength stuff for the past 7 months and feel we are very close to going big.  There is a lot going on and we need distributors.   We have a ton of new parts that are available soon. Thanks, stand by we will get this stuff fixed in 72.   Pat Conarro/co-founder

Comment by Composites Connectors on Thursday

Mario here is a link that you might want to take a look at it. I hope this will help. 

https://indd.adobe.com/view/c56222eb-4991-4731-b3d9-466399d1af71

Comment by Nicholas Witham on Friday

Are these parts 3D printed carbon fiber?

Comment by Composites Connectors on Friday

Yes, they are 3d printed with carbon fiber and nylon, honeycomb inCord to make them lighter. Would you like a sample? Send me your email address, please. 

Comment by Daniel on Saturday

So these are 3D printed components? Can you make custom carbon fiber products too or no? like tubes, shells, etc

Comment by Composites Connectors on Saturday

 Thanks for asking,  yes we can. Send us your design and we get back to you as soon as we can. 

Comment by Daniel on Saturday

There is no contact page on your site and I messaged you on facebook with no reply. Thats why my account here is so new lol Can you message me on facebook and I can send you my email and phone number? We should have a chat.

Comment by Peter Doering yesterday

@Mario

Did you have Fusion 360 open when you clicked on the download button ?

When I created the links to all the native Fusion 360 on our website I tested all of them using Chrome on macOS. I tested a subset of the connectors with Safari (macOS) and IE and Chrome on Windows 10 so they should work, but again, you have to have Fusion 360 open and the Fusion 360 design of the connector you click on will download into the currently active design.

If you've got any questions about Fusion 360 please don't hesitate to ask. I am an Autodesk Expert Elite with Fusion 360  and my username on the Fusion 360 forum is Trippylighting.

Also, all connector sizes ( for CF tubes with 6, 10 and 20mm OD) are in stock as well as CF tube. We are ready to ship and are ready for business. Sorry you've hit a snag on our web site!

@Daniel,

You are correct, there's no contact info. I sincerely apologize for that!

You can email us at sales@overnightcomposites.com.

Peter Doering

co-founder

Comment by Mario yesterday

@ Peter, Fusion 360 load automatically when I click on the download button but nothing is downloaded. I tried to go a your website using chrome while having fusion already started and my project opened and then click the button... still nothing is downloaded. I am working on a pc with windows 10. Any other tricks to try?

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