Cuetec Launches Cynergy-15K

December 2018 (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ) – Cuetec is proud to announce the arrival of the highly anticipated Cynergy-15K high-performance carbon fiber composite shaft. Designed and developed in collaboration with five-time U.S. Open Champion Shane Van Boening, the new Cynergy 15K shafts have been engineered for world-class performance.


Available for distribution beginning December 11th, 2018, the Cynergy-15K shaft will be offered in eight different pin options and features the very latest in cue technology.


Multidirectional Carbon Fiber Filaments
Cuetec’s Cynergy carbon composite shafts are constructed with multiples of resin-impregnated military grade unidirectional carbon fiber filaments. The diameter of each filament is 7 um(0.007 mm), or about one twelfth of a human hair. The orientation of these carbon fiber filaments is crucial to achieving optimal durability, strength, and performance. During the heat curing process each of these specifically oriented filaments works together to ensure there is zero net displacement. The result is a perfectly straight and ultra-strong shaft.


Polyurethane Foam Core
At the heart of each Cynergy carbon composite shaft is its ultra-high-density polyurethane foam core. This Cuetec proprietary poly-foam core ads stability to the shaft, allowing for prescribed flex and creating a more wood-like sound upon contact with increased feel and feedback.


Flyweight Front-End Construction
Less weight means less deflection. Benefitting from their ultra-strong carbon composite construction, each Cynergy shaft features Cuetec’s flyweight front-end build. This construction allows the Cynergy poly-foam to stop five inches below the tip, creating a rigid cavity with less mass and therefore less deflection on contact.


SST (Super Slim Taper)
Developed to provide the most comfortable playing experience, each Cuetec Cynergy shaft features the all-new Super Slim Taper. Measuring 15.5 inches in length from the tip, each Cynergy shaft has virtually zero rise, allowing for a more level and precise stroke, regardless of the player’s stroke length.