A carbon fiber is a long, thin strand of material which is around 0.0002-0.0004 in (0.005-0.010 mm) in measurement and is made of carbon molecules. The carbon atoms are fortified together in minuscule crystals adjusted parallel to the long hub of the fiber. The crystal arrangement makes the fiber robust and fit for its size. A few thousand carbon strands are wound together in order to shape the yarn, which might be used independent of anyone else or woven into a fabric. The yarn or fabric is consolidated with epoxy and a wound or formed into the shape to frame different composite materials. Carbon fiber-strengthened composite materials or carbon are used for the manufacturing of racing cars, golf club shafts, spacecraft parts, bicycle frames, fishing rods, sailboat masts, many other components where high strength and light weight are required.