Know Your Product: The Strength of Patterned Carbon Fiber Fabrics

Carbon fiber is desirable for many reasons. It is very strong, light and looks great. But, what about patterns that aren’t industry defined?

May 5, 2016   2 Comments

Auto SPAZ Magazine Highlights R Miller Auto’s 2011 Chevy Cruze SEMA Project

SPAZ Magazine 2011 Chevy CruzeFibre Glast customer R Miller Autobody was recently interviewed by Elite Streetz for a piece in Auto SPAZ Magazine. The interview was about a 2011 Chevy Cruze that R Miller Autobody modified and featured in the SEMA show in Las Vegas. R Miller Autobody was able to use Fibre Glast’s Wasp Carbon Fiber pattern on the hood, roof and trunk of this car, to create a sleek and flawless design. You can view the the entire Auto SPAZ Magazine online. The Chevy Cruze article is on pages 54-59.

February 9, 2012   2 Comments

Fibre Glast Carbon Fiber Featured on a Chevy Cruze at SEMA Show

Recently, Fibre Glast customer R Miller Auto was commissioned by GM to work on a 2011 Chevy Cruze for the 2011 SEMA Show. Fibre Glast provided the Wasp Carbon Fiber Fabric, and R Miller Auto was able to create a sleek and flawless carbon fiber fabrication for the hood, roof, and trunk lid.

This Chevy Cruze was in the main hall, Stewart Warner booth #22317. This project was completed in part by R Miller Autobody, Mummbles Marketing, MoneyBaker Designs, and the turbo set-up, which was fabricated by HEPerformance, was given a GM Design Award for Best High Performance Chevrolet Product.

November 17, 2011   No Comments

Customer Spotlight – Composite-Art

Composite-ArtFibre Glast customer Composite-Art, based in Apopka, FL, is a fabrication company that specializes in high quality, American hand made composite components. Founded by Shawn Bassett four years ago, this company has roots in the race/performance parts industry. Shawn’s original interest in working on his own Supermoto race bike turned into a passion for making the highest quality composites. Today, Composite-Art employs 5 skilled composite artisans that are capable of making almost any part or prototype out of composite materials.

October 20, 2011   1 Comment