Carbon Fiber Parts

Carbon Fiber Parts
Clearwater Composites engineers and manufactures carbon fiber parts in a variety of sizes, shapes, and materials. We also provide a wide range of finishing and assembly services to provide complete composite parts. We can manufacture composite parts in almost any shape or size up to 8 feet in length. All that is required is a tool, or mold. Layers of carbon fiber are added to the tool to build up to the required wall thickness. Not sure if carbon fiber or anther composite material is the right fit for your application? Send us a message or give us a call to discuss your project with a composites expert. Clearwater Composites excels at custom work. If it can be done with composites, we can make it! Why work with Clearwater Composites for your composite parts?

  • World-class composites engineers. From the fundamental materials science to the real-world problems of manufacturability, our engineers know composites like few others. You can count on Clearwater engineers to get the most performance out of your parts.
  • High-quality manufacturing facility. All composite parts are produced in-house at our facility in Duluth, MN. Our facility is also certified to AS9100D and ISO9001:2015 standards, capable of producing parts for even the most demanding industries like aerospace and defense.
  • Outstanding customer service and communication. Based in the US, we’re problem-solvers and hard workers. In an increasingly global composites industry, accessible and adaptable manufacturers can become hard to find. Partner with Clearwater for responsive carbon fiber expertise.

Get in touch with Clearwater Composites today. You will receive a prompt response!

Composite Process Methods

  • Roll Wrapping
  • Resin Transfer Molding (RTM)
  • Bladder Molding
  • Vacuum Bagging
  • Compression Molding
  • Trapped Rubber Molding
  • Other Proprietary Composites Processes

Secondary Operations

  • CNC Machining
  • Centerless Grinding
  • Complex Bonded Assemblies
  • Finishing and Painting


  • Carbon fiber
  • Fiberglass – E-glass and S-glass
  • Aramid
  • Other fibers
  • Thermoset composite
  • Thermoplastic composites