Why carbon fiber?
Carbon fiber is primarily comprised of carbon elements in a specific molecular arrangement, woven into carbon fiber cloth, and then glued with composite materials to form a high-grade material with impressive strength, high durability, yet remaining light in weight. Being lighter than aluminum, but stronger than steel, it is commonly used in aerospace engineering, ships, racing cars, sports equipment, and other industrial products where performance is crucial. Its softness before molding allows SOL Mega to be molded into a curved body – the pole is divided into three parts, with the diameter changing from thick to thin as it extends, and finally seamlessly joins into one smooth curvature. A high level of precision is required in this difficult production process.
Every piece of carbon fiber cloth was precisely cut and attached according to the streamlined pole from large to small diameter extending to the arc top, it was then glued into the mold for a smooth curvature. Gluing the carbon fiber clothes requires a critical precision to make sure the seamless metallic texture after composition.