When it comes to building a new bike – on your own – you need to pay attention to so many things. You have to learn the ropes and understand how to handle different tasks, and one of the tasks is to cut a carbon fiber component, which could be a seat post, handlebar, or a steerer tube.
What you should bear in mind is that cutting a carbon component is quite the same as cutting an aluminum component, but you can consider a few points to make the whole process a tad easier. It is worth mentioning that if you take some time and try to cut a carbon component with extreme care, it will keep you from wasting any time once you have cut it — it won’t require any more attention afterward.
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