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TeXtreme®
"To get a level with higher performance, the use of TeXtreme® carbon fiber allowed us to develop a radical version of the frame Origin Axxome increasing lateral stiffness through more compact drapes. This results with a steering is sharper and accurate for better control", says Rémi Lefèvre, Communications Manager of Origine Bicycles. www.textreme,com
the front wheel of a bicycle with checkered decals on it's spokes
TeXtreme®
French bike brand Origine Bicycles looked to make more durable still lightweight frames and to achieve their goals they turned to TeXtreme®. Utilizing their knowledge and novel Spread Tow carbon fiber materials – resulting in an optimized frame lay-up that already have shown a heavy reduction in frame breakages. www.textreme.com
the front end of an airplane with its door open
TeXtreme
Developer and manufacturer of lightweight aircraft, BlackWing Sweden, has received the highest distinction as winner of the Red Dot Award for Product Design 2016. The fuselage and wings are entirely manufactured using TeXtreme® Spread Tow carbon fiber fabric – which the company claims are 15% more rigid than conventional twill fabric. www.textreme.com
the tail end of an airplane that is flying in the sky above land and trees
TeXtreme
Developer and manufacturer of lightweight aircraft, BlackWing Sweden, has received the highest distinction as winner of the Red Dot Award for Product Design 2016. The fuselage and wings are entirely manufactured using TeXtreme® Spread Tow carbon fiber fabric – which the company claims are 15% more rigid than conventional twill fabric. www.textreme.com
a close up of a tennis racket on the ground
TeXtreme®
Spanish-based Enebe Padel has launched its 2016 range of paddle tennis paddles featuring its top-of-the-line Spitfire TeXtreme® – manufactured using TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics. www.textreme.com
a man holding a tennis racquet on top of a hard surface tennis court
TeXtreme®
Spanish-based Enebe Padel has launched its 2016 range of paddle tennis paddles featuring its top-of-the-line Spitfire TeXtreme® – manufactured using TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics. www.textreme.com
a tennis racket with yellow and black letters on it
TeXtreme®
Spanish-based Enebe Padel has launched its 2016 range of paddle tennis paddles featuring its top-of-the-line Spitfire TeXtreme® – manufactured using TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics. www.textreme.com
a black and white boat in the water
TeXtreme®
‘Use of TeXtreme in performance sailboat construction is just getting started,’ said Tomas Sjöö, marine sales manager for the product. ‘Boatbuilders are rightly cautious in adopting new materials and techniques in their business, where major failure is not an option yet cost control still remains critical. Reputations are carefully built and vigorously protected and making changes to a build process can be difficult. Article from Sea Horse Magasine July issue, 2016. www.textreme.com
a man riding a bike down a road next to a red and white sign with the words record setting speed
Giro Sport Design, the cycling world’s design leader, announces the release of an innovative new cycling helmet – the Aerohead Ultimate MIPS ­– that utilizes TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics to create a lighter, stronger and more rigid outer shell. “By utilizing TeXtreme® in the carbon fiber shell of the Aerohead Ultimate MIPS, we were able to further reduce frontal area exposure, making our fastest shape ever even faster,” says Rob Wesson, Giro Director of Helmet R&D. www.textreme.com
a man riding on the back of a bike down a dirt road
Giro Sport Design, the cycling world’s design leader, announces the release of an innovative new cycling helmet – the Aerohead Ultimate MIPS ­– that utilizes TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics to create a lighter, stronger and more rigid outer shell. “By utilizing TeXtreme® in the carbon fiber shell of the Aerohead Ultimate MIPS, we were able to further reduce frontal area exposure, making our fastest shape ever even faster,” says Rob Wesson, Giro Director of Helmet R&D. www.textreme.com
the helmet is designed to look like it's made out of black and white checkered fabric
Giro Sport Design, the cycling world’s design leader, announces the release of an innovative new cycling helmet – the Aerohead Ultimate MIPS ­– that utilizes TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics to create a lighter, stronger and more rigid outer shell. “By utilizing TeXtreme® in the carbon fiber shell of the Aerohead Ultimate MIPS, we were able to further reduce frontal area exposure, making our fastest shape ever even faster,” says Rob Wesson, Giro Director of Helmet R&D. www.textreme.com
the handlebars on this bike are blue and have black letters that spell out
TeXtreme®
South African bicycle manufacturer SwiftCarbon has shown a sneak preview its 2017 product range which includes their top-end Ultravox SSL frame design, reinforced by TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics. Using TeXtreme® resulted in a 24% improvement in strength-to-weight ratio. "TeXtreme® is the perfect partner for us because we can work with their team of engineers, who really helped in reaching our weight and performance goals”, says Mark Blewett. www.textreme.com
a blue and green bike leaning against a brick wall
TeXtreme®
South African bicycle manufacturer SwiftCarbon has shown a sneak preview its 2017 product range which includes their top-end Ultravox SSL frame design, reinforced by TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabrics. Using TeXtreme® resulted in a 24% improvement in strength-to-weight ratio. "TeXtreme® is the perfect partner for us because we can work with their team of engineers, who really helped in reaching our weight and performance goals”, says Mark Blewett. www.textreme.com
five ping pong paddles lined up in front of the word caboblada
STIGA Carbonado 45 & 90 blades reinforced by TeXtreme® Technology
"We strongly believe in these blades and also in our close co-operation with the TeXtreme® team. They help us find unique combinations of the material which is extremely valuable for us”, Jonas Wilén continues. In Carbonado 45 and Carbonado 90 a TeXtreme® carbon fiber fabric is used that weighs less grams per square meter compared to what is used in Carbonado 145 and Carbonado 190, rendering the difference in speed and playing characteristics. www.textreme.com
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TeXtreme®
Over one year has passed since Stiga introduced the first Carbonado blades on the market, the Carbonado 145 and Carbonado 190 both reinforced by TeXtreme®. Now Stiga have added two more Carbonado blades into the Carbonado product family, Carbonado 45 and Carbonado 90. These blades are a bit slower compared to Carbonado 145 and Carbonado 190, due to the lighter TeXtreme® material used, all in order to give all type of players an option to find their optimum Carbonado blade.