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Carbon Fiber LEGO Tiles: Aftermarket Mod

by Lambert Varias
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After proving its worth in industrial applications, carbon fiber is increasingly being incorporated in consumer products. Mark Carpenter and his kids add the miracle material to toys with their LEGO-compatible 1×2 carbon fiber tile.

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Despite being made purely out of aerospace grade carbon fiber, the glossy black tile is mainly meant as a unique decorative accent for LEGO creations. Here are a couple of showcases from Mark and his kids:

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Pledge at least $14 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a pack of 10 tiles as a reward. A few years from now we’ll probably have a graphene LEGO tile.

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