In contrast to conventional carbon fibers, where the fabric structure always is oriented 2-dimensionally, with 3DX 3D-Cross DAIWA has developed a 3-diminsional carbon fiber material.
The interwoven 3DX carbon fibers are integrated into the blank during manufacturing. This "skeleton" enhances the compression, improves the flexural strength and makes the blank faster.
Thanks to the use of 3DX carbon fiber material, the blank compression is considerably improved. The rod features always the same power transmission – regardless the direction of movement. Additionally the rod features obviously reduced torque – more precise casts are the consequence.
The hexagonal pattern is widely distributed in nature and has ever been the basis for substantial technical innovations.