Carbon fiber is more than a trend, it's the new face of the jewelry market! We stock the largest selection of carbon fiber jewelry pieces on the internet and have a ton
of rings and bands to fit your personal sense of style. The meteoric rise in the popularity of Carbon Fiber Rings has inspi...READ MOREred us to try out a lot of new and unique directions, so even if you're a bit more "conservative" in your choices you really should check out what we're offering. Approaches like the Titanium and Black Carbon Fiber Ring that fuse tradition with high technology make a great fit for anyone who doesn't want to stray too far off the reservation. For the more daring, we've got the sleek and energetic Black Zirconium Texalium Ring!
And for those who want nothing but fiber, we've got you covered with an exclusive bestselling collection of 100% Carbon Fiber Rings! Carbon Fiber Wedding Bands and Rings make one hell of a bold statement about who you love and who you are -- go ahead and make yours.
About Carbon Fiber Rings
Carbon fiber was discovered way back in the late 1870s by no less than Thomas Edison, but CF as we now know it was perfected throughout the 1950s and 60s at several aerospace laboratories around the world. For most of the 20th century its use was limited primarily to military, industrial, and experimental applications, but now it's invading all levels of modern society.
The carbon fiber that comprises our rings is made from polyacrylonitrile (PAN), a super-tough synthetic polymer that is so lightweight and so resilient that it's used in the frames of modern commercial aircraft. Converting raw PAN into our Carbon Fiber Rings is a four-stage process:
During the Oxidation Stage the fibers, which start as white, will brown and eventually blacken. During the Carbonization Stage the fibers are super-heated and physically change to become almost 100% carbon. During the Surface Treatment Stage the fibers are treated to create new chemical bonds that allow better cohesion when they are woven into the composite material that makes up each ring. After it's woven into composite, the carbon fiber gets its final size and shape. The finished material is usually coated with an epoxy to help prevent any further processing or wear.
- Carbonization (Graphitization)
- Surface Treatment
We love anything that does more with less, and that's literally what carbon fiber is all about. It's thin and light but can withstand incredibly punishing forces, and any material that's good enough for the latest advances in aerospace and automotive technology is definitely good enough for us. Our Carbon Fiber Rings and other jewelry are loaded with the highest quality materials, the most cutting-edge designs, and are made to the same high standards demanded by the world's best mechanical engineers!
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