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thetunersgroup
11-07-10, 03:50 PM
Hi all,

Lately we have been seeing more and more companies referring to their carbon fibre parts as being "dry carbon".

There are different types of carbon fibre, and it pays for you to know what the differences are, and what questions to ask when someone tells you that their parts are so called "dry carbon".

We don't refer to any of the parts we sell as "dry carbon". Instead we aim to always identify exactly what kind of carbon fibre is used.

We have put together a detailed article with info and videos about various carbon fibre production processes. It's an interesting read and includes a section titled 'The questions to ask when someone tells you their parts are "dry carbon fibre"'.

You can find the article and videos here ...

http://www.tunersgroup.com/dry_carbon.html

- Waenick Pty Ltd

Kaotic
11-07-10, 04:44 PM
i always thought that dry CF meant it wasnt gloss coated done in either the weave imprinted on the cloth in a wet resin way or a resin infused way..

so dry Carbon Fiber means nothing? or is it just unpainted or something?

thetunersgroup
11-07-10, 09:17 PM
i always thought that dry CF meant it wasnt gloss coated done in either the weave imprinted on the cloth in a wet resin way or a resin infused way..

so dry Carbon Fiber means nothing? or is it just unpainted or something?

Do a search for a definition of "dry carbon" at engineering-dictionary.org (http://www.engineering-dictionary.org/dry_carbon) and you will see the result ...


"Definition Of: dry carbon
There is no definition for this term."

- Waenick Pty Ltd