Long regarded as one of the world’s preeminent carbon wheel and component makers, Utah’s ENVE Composites just got a new home. In early March, the company’s 168 employees moved into a 78,000 square foot facility. The move will allow ENVE to up its production capability three fold, while also employing a revised manufacturing process that’s claimed to deliver a more durable finished product.

Autometrix Precision Cutting Solutions of Grass Valley, California, supplies the cutting machines which cut out the pieces required to assemble the days production. ENVE uses the first Autometrix machines with print heads, which allows them to serialize every carbon component that goes into a rim or component kit. This process of serialized kits ensures all required components are accounted for. More:

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