The perfect story starts with perfection

Model processing
Our job starts from the CAD or physical model provided by the customer. If no CAD model exists, we create it!
From a physical model, we use a CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine) to digitize the shape and develop a CAD model that precisely captures the original from the 3D model. 
We carefuly study the CAD model to ensure the product feasibility and recommend solutions to optimize the design and costs of the tooling and final product. 

Moulds fabrication
Depending on batch size and special customers requirements, moulds can be realized with different materials: Ureol, plastic reinforced by incorporated fiberglass, aluminium, cast iron and carbon fiber.

Available technologies for componentry's moulding and curing include various compression machines for thermoforming, autoclaves and RTM/infusion stations.

From our ideas to your hands : we harness everything!

1. Customer input

2. Feasibility study

3. Analysis of structural test

4. R&D of specific new materials, processes and technologies ad hoc

5. Development of CAD and Cam files for mould fabrication and protoyping

6. Production of moulds and Pre-production prototypes

7. Production

8. Assembly operations (if necessary)

9. Finishing

10. Quality inspection

11. Delivery of finished goods

Carbon technology: developing functional advanced composite technology

Athletes have high expectations of WIN&WIN. We only want to raise them. That is why we engineer innovation and optimise manufacturing processes.

We combine the best quality modern carbon materials with high-tech tooling and efficient molding methods. 

From research and design to material testing, development and production, we improve the quality of our bows with each range we create.

Our expert staff will continue to develop new and exciting techniques that keep WIN&WIN bows winning medals around the world. 

Experienced and passionate professionals with a scientific approach, developing specialised technology to make the world's best carbon products.

Professionals in the fields of mechanical and material engineering invite top archers and coaches to WIN&WIN’s high-tech facilities to test new products.

WIN&WIN equipment is created by the best and checked by the best. That is WIN&WIN bow technology.

The new INNO EX from WIN&WIN are the most stable, accurate and durable limbs available. They are first limbs infused with molecularly-bonded carbon nanotubes, the strongest modern material known to exist. Carbon nanotube resin has superior mechanical properties that produce consistent, accurate and secure limbs that effectively reduce shock. They are highly-well made, resistant to twisting and damage, and feel extremely smooth to shoot.

Carbon nano-materials - carbon nanotube and graphite nanofiber - are true 21st century materials. 
They can be made as small as 1/10,000th of a human hair, and have superior mechanical, chemical, physical and magnetic properties. 

High-tech engineering creates the best carbon material mixture for WIN&WIN bows, improving product quality and gaining athletes’ confidence.

Scientists believe nano-materials are the building blocks for the next generation of engineering. 

Developed by WIN&WIN’s manufacturing experts, the advanced nanotechnology in the new INNO EX is the future of archery consistency and accuracy. It is the science of shooting feeling.


Molding methods

Autoclave molding
This method is used in sectors where high mechanical performances are required. 
This process provide pressure and temperature according to a particular thermal curing cycle. It represents the main standard composite manufacturing procedure. The high pressure applied ensures a significant void reduction inside the composite structure.

Novation Tech is experienced in composite lay-ups that combine pre-preg materials wth metal inserts, alveolar materials and expanded materials.

Mandrel molding
Sheets of pre-preg materials are wrapped around a steel or aluminium mandrel. The pre-preg material is compacted by nylon or polypropylene cello tape. Parts are typically batch cured by hanging in an oven. After cure, the cello and mandrel are removed, leaving a hollow carbon tube. This process creates strong and robust hollow carbon tubes. 

Bladder molding
Our production facilities are constructed as a single piece design and use bladder molding technology.
Individual sheets of pre-preg material are laid up and placed in a female-style mould along with a baloon-like bladder. The mould is closed and placed in a heated press. Finally, the bladder is pressurized forcing the layers of material against the mould walls. The part is cured and removed from the hot mould. Win&Win Composite Products has broad experience using pressurized silicon bladders integrated with aluminium and/or steel outer tooling. Our production facilities are well equipped for high volume production of bladder-molded components and includes a suite of heated platen presses to meet the needs of each program. We also develop and qualify every process to meet the specific requirements of each program.
Multiple cavity tooling is used, where appropriate, to meet production rate equipements. 

Compression molding
The advantage of compression molding is to obtain high productivity wth even large and fairly intricate parts. 
This method in which composite materials are first placed in an open, heated mould cavity. The mould is closed with a top force or plug member, pressure is applied to force the material into contact with all mould areas, while heat and pressure are maintained until the moulding materials have cured. 
The process employs thermostettings resins in a partially cured stage. 

Lean manufacturing process leads to the maximum results from the production.



Machining is not just one process: it is a group of processes.

The common feature is the use of a cutting tool to form a chip that is removed from the workpart, called swarf. To perform the operation, relative motion is required between the tool and work.
This relative motion is achieved in most machining operations by means of a primary motion called "cutting speed" and a secondary motion called "feed". The shape of the tool and its penetration into the work surface, combined with these motions, produce the desired shape of the resulting work surface.

Forging machine

Forging is the term for shaping metal by using localized compressive forces.

Hypac manufactures a wide gamut of automotive forging machines. These precision forging machines are manufactured using modern technology adhering to the international standards. The stub axles can be made in different shapes and sizes as per the desired specification. We can also provide these automotive forging machines in customized variations for our customers at competitive prices.

Our exclusive technologies


'Weight Balance system' is the new exclusive technology from WIN&WIN. Our engineers have worked on the center of gravity located in the frontside of the riser. It leads to a better reaction of the bow as an arrow is shot and better shooting feelings. 


Specifically developped for the 2015 Wiawis series, this technology ensures a perfect distribution of energy through the limbs while minimizing unnecessary movement during shooting.   


WIN&WIN products are designed with the archer in mind. Every innovative technology we use is part of the science of shooting feeling.


Archery specialists and composite material professionals work together at our high-tech facilities to develop each WIN&WIN product. With the right balance of expertise and passion, they deliver the science of archery every single day.


Limbs are evaluated by three measurements: arrow speed, stability and smoothness. We research, design and develop all our bows based on these key factors. That makes sure archers love each WIN&WIN product.


WIN&WIN engineers know that bow performance is measured on accuracy, stability, arrow speed and how smooth it feels at the moment it is shot. The last is the most important, and the string follow-through or string reaction on release is a major indicator of whether a bow feels good. 


Traditional limbs are coated in glass fiber to protect the carbon but it reduces arrow speed because it is so heavy. WIN&WIN uses a 45-degree carbon system that effectively protects, increases shooting stability and reinforces the limb against twisting.


WIN&WIN’s revolutionary new stabilization system specifically addresses the issue of vibration travelling back into the bow. The new HMC PLUS stabiliser’s unique design absorbs shock, improves dampening and controls torque during shooting.


A carbon fabric exclusively produced by WIN&WIN reinforces limbs against twisting and raises their elastic modulus. That means the limbs are stiffer, more stable and produce higher arrow speeds. 


Torque as the bow twists in an archer’s grip when they release affects arrow flight directly, and will lessen accuracy. Reducing torque within the 0.03 seconds after an arrow is released dramatically improves consistency. WIN&WIN’s TFS device absorbs shock and vibration on shooting, minimizes torque and increases accuracy.


With WIN&WIN’s unique system, limb and riser alignment can be adjusted without unstringing the bow. We also designed a highly-specialized washer that prevents limb bolts from randomly coming loose.


WIN&WIN’s barrelled bottom (thicker and wider) design creates an innovative tower effect. This absorbs shock during the shot and increases accuracy by removing unnecessary movement in the bow.


Our hot forging system enhances the useful properties of all WIN&WIN aluminum products, like tensile strength and hardness.


WIN&WIN bows are made to a superior standard. During development each design must survive a 100,000-repetition durability test.


T6 heat treatment raises the tensile strength and elastic modulus of WIN&WIN aluminum risers, making them resilient to intense shock.


The WIN&WIN ideal grip is moulded to accept the joint of each finger, making drawing and aiming easier and minimizing torque during shooting.