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After-sales Service center in Korea
Address: 1F, 11-9, Donggwang-ro 10-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul
After-sales Service center in Singapore
Phone: +65 8806 1843
Address:140 Sims Ave, Singapore 387462
After-sales Service center in Italy
Address: Corso XXIII Marzo, 245,Novara,Italy
Our production process
In order to ensure the integrity of our wheels, we pay close attention to the quality of the materials we use. Not all resin and carbon fiber are created equal. We import raw carbon fiber yarn from Toray, Japan and mix it with high-temperature-resistant resin. The research and development of this resin is handled by our own team in order to produce the best carbon composites possible. At our facility, we weave the carbon fiber into prepreg, maintaining strict control over the entire process.
We have nine carbon composite curing ovens, which heat the rims to 300 ℃. Our potential monthly output of rims is 10,000 PCs. From material preparation to molding process, the temperature is kept constant ain our dust-free workshop. These measures are essential to ensure that our products are consistent and of the highest quality.
We have an experienced team to research and design all aspects of our rims, spokes, and hubs. For our rims, we have paid particularly close attention to achieving smooth inner walls and more effective carbon fiber stacking designs. The culmination of our rich experience has given us a deep understanding in how to increase a wheel’s durability, stiffness, while maintaining a low coefficient of drag, all while minimizing weight.
The hub is an integral part of a wheelset. At Elitewheels, we design and machine them own using our own 5-axis FANUC CNC equipment without having to oursource production. This allows us to manufacture them with tolerances within 0.02mm. This high precision is important in creating our premium aluminum hubs.
Painting is a complex process. After rims are demolded, they must be polished and deburred. Then, painting, polishing, etc. may begin. The entire process requires 36 steps.
Every wheel we produce has been assembled by hand. There is no substitute for the experience and meticulous attention to detail that a human being brings to the craft of wheelbuilding.