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April 14th, 2009

Easton AXIS Arrows Now With Nano Infused Carbon

Abstract:
-- Easton enlisted the world's leading nanotechnology experts to develop molecularly-bonded carbon nanotubes combined in the first arrows ever with nano-fused construction. New nano-infused or N-FUSED Carbon AXIS arrows yield higher strength to provide archers a more powerful version of the world's best bowhunting ammunition. Hybtonite nano-technology combines with HIT and ST technology for deep penetration, superior accuracy, and now, unparalleled strength.

Now AXIS employs nano-fused Hybtonite epoxy. The secret of Hybtonite epoxy lies in the patented utilization of carbon nanotubes. Carbon nanotubes have the highest specific strength of all known materials. The list of amazing characteristics of carbon nanotubes is endless, but they can be utilized to full potential only with a true chemical bond. Hybtonite is the only composite resin where the carbon nanotubes are joined with the epoxy molecules to utilize their benefit in arrow construction. This unique hybrid material outperforms regular carbon resins to create a new standard in carbon arrow construction.

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