INNOVATIVE USA MANUFACTURING LEADS THE WORLD IN ARROW ACCURACY

Since 1922, improving shooter accuracy has been a main driver behind Easton archery engineering. To meet that goal, Easton has developed a proprietary process called Acu-carbon. The Acu-Carbon process is a continuous-fed, single-die manufacturing method that produces uniform shafts and eliminates the need for spine and weight sorting that can plague accuracy-seeking archers and bowhunters. Carbon shafts made this way are used throughout the Easton line and are found in products such as 6.5, AXIS, and FMJ.

See how Acu-carbon is made—click here to watch: How Acu-Carbon is Made

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