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Synthetic lattices are based on the geometry of “Bucky Fullerenes”—or the carbon 60 molecule (soccer ball), that are used to create islands of compression in a sea of tension.

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Geo-Synthetics

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Structural fabrics for geohazard and civil engineering when porosity and lateral force stability come first. Mitigate shoreline erosion, bridge catastrophic failures. Support for: lagoons and berms, roads in sensitive areas, multi-channel drainage and the whole environment.

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The resulting lattice can be stiff or flexible, large or small, for resilience, strength, lateral integrity, and reduced weight.

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Flextegrity is proud to announce the new C6XTY line of ‘Structural Fabrics’—Based on the geometry of the Bucky Ball—structural fabrics are derived from a patented synthetic lattice that can be made lightweight, flexible, resilient, and can be extended in all directions (omni-extensible). The C6XTY lattice allows visionaries, architects and engineers to create forms of all […]

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Geo-Synthetics

Synthetic lattices are based on the geometry of “Bucky Fullerenes”—or the carbon 60 molecule (soccer ball), that are used to create islands of compression in a sea of tension. The tensile and compressive components can be formed from almost any substance. The resulting lattice can be made stiff or flexible, large or small, for a […]

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Architecture

Flextegrity is proud to announce the new C6XTY line of ‘Structural Fabrics’—Based on the geometry of the Bucky Ball—structural fabrics are derived from a patented synthetic lattice that can be made lightweight, flexible, resilient, and can be extended in all directions (omni-extensible). The C6XTY lattice allows architects, designers, and engineers to create forms of all […]

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C6XTY – building and creating with nature

What is it? Flextegrity has developed and patented a 3-dimensional tensile lattice that is easily constructed from two component parts. The soccer ball shape is excellent for distributing compressive forces across its surface. Buckminster Fuller described these as ‘islands of compression.’ The balls then are surrounded in a ‘sea of tension.’ Tension and compression can […]

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