Carbon Fiber Violin Design – The First of its Kind

We all want the best products, which give great service and also want the these to be safe; such as environmentally safe, so that we can fulfill our duties as a socially responsible citizen.

The product being offered here is a violin made out of carbon fiber. Not all of us are aware of what carbon fiber is, so here is a short description. Carbon fiber is a super strong material that is also very light in weight. This carbon fiber is one the favorites of engineers and designers because it is five times stronger than steel, two times stiffer, and still weighs about two -thirds less.

Carbon fiber is essentially very thin strands of carbon, about 0.005 to 0.010 mm in diameter, that is even thinner that human hair. The carbon atoms are bonded together in microscopic crystals that are more or less aligned parallel to the long axis of the fiber. The crystal alignment of the carbon fiber makes it extremely strong for its size.

So, here is a violin that is totally made out of carbon fiber. Now from our understanding of carbon fiber, we can guess that this product design is very smart and unique, and sustainable in the long run. Sometimes when playing the violin, people get so involved that we have seen cases where people playing it have bleeding fingers and the string often detach from the main body of the violin. This won’t be the case with this carbon fiber violin, because it is very strong and will give you a great grip when it.

This design presented by Luke Forward, is the first of its kind-  a carbon fiber violin design to be introduced in the market. The designs of the carbon fiber violin are acoustic and electric guitars, so there is a design for each type of violin player according to the violinist’s preference of playing.

Carbon fiber designed iphone cases and carbon arte in cell phones are some other carbon fiber related posts that might be of your interest, too. Be sure to check them out!

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