Carbon Plate

Carbon Fiber Sheet Manufacturing Process

1.Material Selection

2.Precursor Treatment



5.Laying Out the Fibers

6.Impregnation with Resin


8.Cutting and Finishing


Surface Glossy/ Matte finished
Weave 3K Plain / 3K Twill / Unidirection
Accessory customzied as individual requirement
Service Customization – prepreg plies can readily be added or subracted allowing the tube to be customized with different wall thicknesses
Sample acceptable – Because each tube is made one at a time, small production runs are available.
CNC machining — cutting according to your CAD drawing
Print logo – according to AI file
One-stop procurement – whole industry chain of carbon fiber composite products
Tolerance Diameter Tolerance: +-0.1mm
Length Tolerance: +-1mm
Thickness 1mm/1.5mm/2mm/2.5mm/3mm/or Custom
Common Carbon Fiber Application We see carbon fiber expanding into many different industries and products, especially as it becomes more affordable. Below we have listed some application segments where we see carbon fiber as having great potential. We want to help bring carbon fiber to new industries, markets and products by making it more available and affordable, while also doing something good for the environment.


Carbon Plate Application in running shoes

Carbon plate a game-changer in running shoes, especially in brands like Nike, redefine sports footwear. Embedded strategically in the midsole,

these lightweight carbon fiber plates enhance structure, benefiting runners by improving efficiency, speed, and endurance.

Running shoes with carbon plates leverage the material’s impressive strength-to-weight ratio.

The result is reduced shoe weight, enabling effortless movement, particularly advantageous in long-distance running where fatigue resistance is crucial.

Nike’s carbon plate shoes have gained immense popularity, epitomizing the brand’s commitment to pushing performance boundaries.

how to production of carbon plate?

  1. Design: Begin by creating a detailed design or blueprint for the carbon plate, specifying dimensions, thickness, and desired properties.
  2. Material Selection: Choose high-quality carbon fiber sheets or fabrics as the base material. The type and weave pattern of carbon fibers can impact the plate’s performance.
  3. Mold Creation: Develop a mold based on the design, typically using materials like aluminum or composites.
  4. Layering: Cut the carbon fiber sheets into the desired shape and layer them onto the mold. Apply epoxy resin between each layer to bond the fibers together.
  5. Resin Infusion: Use vacuum bagging or other techniques to ensure proper resin infusion, eliminating air pockets and ensuring a uniform distribution of resin throughout the carbon fiber layers.
  6. Curing: Allow the assembled layers to cure and harden. The curing process may involve applying heat and pressure to achieve the desired strength and rigidity.
  7. Demolding: Once cured, carefully remove the carbon plate from the mold. This process requires precision to maintain the plate’s shape and integrity.
  8. Trimming and Finishing: Trim any excess material and refine the edges to achieve the final dimensions. Sand and finish the surface for a smooth and polished appearance.