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What type of carbon fiber is the ThinkPad x1 Carbon made of?

2016-05-18, 15:30 PM

Is it woven carbon fiber impregnated with epoxy resin with a 70% fiber content or is it just chopped fiber that is injection molded with a 30% fiber content?

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Re: What type of carbon fiber is the ThinkPad x1 Carbon made of?

2016-05-18, 17:19 PM

It's def not woven. I believe it's injection molded

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Re: What type of carbon fiber is the ThinkPad x1 Carbon made of?

2016-05-18, 17:19 PM

It's def not woven. I believe it's injection molded

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Re: What type of carbon fiber is the ThinkPad x1 Carbon made of?

2016-05-18, 18:36 PM

I'm genuinely curious as to why it matters.


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Re: What type of carbon fiber is the ThinkPad x1 Carbon made of?

2016-05-19, 21:54 PM

Just plain curiosity. I guess maybe only for those who are aware that there are different types of CF with different physical properties.

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