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How to Make Carbon Fiber Parts (Including the Mold)

I walk you through the entire process of making a carbon fiber replica of a part, including how to make the mold. For a complete materials list, including l...

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The Singer-Williams DLS Is The Ultimate Carbon Fiber Vision Of A Porsche 911

When the Porsche restorers at Singer Vehicle Design announced they were partnering with racing firm Williams Advanced Engineering, we were excited without having seen anything. Even more so after we saw their first collaboration. And now that we’ve seen their latest project together, we’re wondering who we have to…

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Men's Forged Carbon Fiber Belt - Raven / 40

100% CARBON FIBER- Built from layers of solid carbon fiber composite, which means it's sleek, light, and strong. NICKEL FREE- Completely non-metallic. Pass through metal detectors with your pants on. ELEMENT WEBBING STRAP- Our new Element webbing is a unique weave designed specifically for GRIP6 Belts. The proprietary weave allows for smooth adjustment and functionality while adding style and dimension to any GRIP6 buckle. 100% MADE IN THE USA- GRIP6 is a provider and supporter of good local jobs. INTERCHANGEABLE BUCKLES AND STRAPS- It takes 2-seconds to mix and match, and unlike leather belts, your buckle swap will not damage or dig holes into the belt. SIMPLE, LIGHTWEIGHT, AND COMFORTABLE BELTS- No moving parts on this belt delivers a minimalist look with extreme durability. LOW PROFILE BELT- This belt lies down flat and will not protrude out from the pants or dig into the skin. DESIGNED WITH COMFORT IN MIND- Ultra-lightweight buckles are shaped with a slight bend for extra comfort. NO-SLIP LOCKING MECHANISM- Buckle designed as a single solid part so it doesn’t slip or need adjustment throughout the day. HIGH-GRADE MATERIAL- 9 layer, premium-grade, carbon fiber composite. The strap is woven with high strength nylon webbing. ONLY BELT WITH NO HOLES & NO FLAP- The tail of the belt tucks behind the buckle, providing a clean, sleek look. GRIP6 BUCKLES Precision CNC laser machining Premium grade Carbon-Fiber composite 17 Grams 3.0" x 1.8” x .125" Automotive-grade gloss clear coat finish GRIP6 STRAP 1.5 inches wide Infinitely adjustable High-tensile nylon fiber weave Breaking strength of over 2000 pounds 50-80 grams depending on size

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AGV Pista GP R Cool Carbon Fiber Motorcycle Helmet with Red Graphic

Winter is pretty much over and it’s time to take out our motorcycles again. Why not try out something new and stylish this year? What about a brand new, cool looking helmet? Without a doubt, safety is the most important thing you should be looking for when choosing a motorcycle helmet. But those days, when... [Read More]

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Who Needs Retro Liveries? Porsche 935's Carbon Body Looks Rad In The Raw | Carscoops

The 935 Clubsport ditches the 911 GT2 RS' steel and aluminum body for carbon fiber composite parts.

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Carbon Touch Carbon Fiber Business Card Holder

This ultra-lightweight and sleek business card holder is made completely from a durable matte finish carbon fiber. We're not talking imitation, this is the real deal carbon fiber. It holds about 15 business cards at a time, simply pop them in, and its unique spring mechanism will allow you to push one out at a time as you show off your card case...I mean, hand your cards out. It's a surefire way to stand out. The spring mechanism allows you to have as little as 1 card inside, while still holding it in place. Made out of real carbon fiber Durable matte finish Holds about 15 business cards at a time (standard 3.5" in. x 2.5" in.) Can also hold other items like credit cards and ID's Internal spring mechanism allows you to slide out one card at a time Made in Europe Dimensions 3.7" in. x 2.3" in. x 0.4" in. Actual Item Weight 26 grams (0.92 ounces) About the Makers The maker is based in Europe, in Sofia to be exact. Their team has been working with composite materials for over 10 years. Their mantra is to work with top-grade raw materials, combined with the highly experienced team of craftsman to make the highest quality product. Driven by the philosophy that the time for the unique F1 and aerospace high tech material has come to enter the ordinary man's life, they have developed a variety of products, which follow this understanding.

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The Singer-Williams DLS Is The Ultimate Carbon Fiber Vision Of A Porsche 911

When the Porsche restorers at Singer Vehicle Design announced they were partnering with racing firm Williams Advanced Engineering, we were excited without having seen anything. Even more so after we saw their first collaboration. And now that we’ve seen their latest project together, we’re wondering who we have to…

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Ringbrothers Carbon Fiber Mustang

The Ford Mustang was first released in 1964. What happened next took Ford and the entire American automotive industry by surprise. The bean-counters at

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Weds Sport Full Carbon Fiber Wheel

Update 2/23/10: For another, all carbon fiber wheel, check out the one we wrote about from Carbon Revolution. A Japanese company by the name of Weds Sport has come up with the first full carbon fiber wheel. They unveiled the wheels with what they call their Dry Carbon Wheel Project at the last Tokyo Auto Salon (2007) show. One wheel weighs in at just 2.76kg, which works out to be 6.08475844 pounds. Interested in getting a set of these for your car? Expect to pay around $10,000-$12,000 for the set. While it sounds expensive, you can easily spend $8,000+ on custom three-piece forged wheels from a company like HRE. I tried to get somebody to translate the Japanese from the above display at Tokyo Auto Salon, but this was the best I got from user fithamoto on the Nissan 350Z forums: Its kinda of complicated, but it basically says its a Dry Carbon Fiber process that can be used on automobile & motorcycle tires. Something about the weight and color too. It points out the differences between a wet CF process & Dry CF process. Sorry, really not much help after all. I guess your gonna need to get a first gen. Japanese to translate it correctly. If anybody else can translate better, we'd love to know what the rest says...just post a comment below. Weds Sport's display also featured a wheel with a carbon fiber face, but more than likely a forged aluminum wheel surrounding. This is probably a much cheaper solution, and potentially arguably better looks. There is some concern about a wheel being 100% carbon fiber that I've seen from people online...especially considering the weight of the wheel. Is it strong enough to support a car normally driving, let alone at a race track? What about the cost of repairing the wheel if something gets damaged? Does it need to get fully replaced, or can it be fixed for substantially less cost? There is another company by the name of Dymag that makes carbon fiber wheels (which we'll cover in a future post), but their hub is made out of magnesium. Apparently, this is for strength reasons, which makes me think these full carbon fiber rims should only be used for show cars. I'd like to hear Weds Sport's thoughts on this. If you have any insight, feel free to post your comments.

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