it's made in Taiwan. From Advance Group, this company has produced for few Italian, and Belgian brands.
.............And Dutch, French, British, German etc., as far as I know.
Nothing particularly wrong with these either.
Most are targeted at the "House Brand" market if you know what I mean.
At 950 AUD they're reasonably priced but believe me, they're still making good money on them too.
Not that they're not allowed to of course.
Almost all of those carbon cranks, forks, frames and what have you are made to spec in Taiwan or wherever it's cheapest to build....
Once they have the blueprint expired they're usually allowed to go to market with the stuff our local pinhead so carefully designed.
Many of the bike stuff we see is often one big conglomerate, one selling fully assembled bikes, the other parts with fancy names and flashy logos, spinoff upon spinoff...Just one till though....
Some of it is good some not so good.
Usually you do get what you pays for, sometimes it's just another ripp off.
I've seen people discussing carbon cranks carrying different brandnames with them favouring one over the other just because they liked the logo better. Otherwise both cranks were absolutely identical. Go figure....
At the end of the day, it's your money and as they say: "De gustibus et coloribus non discutandum est".
Amen to that.
P.S. The price I see on their site says USD 650 for what seems to be a true to definition monocoque carbon frame sans fork. That is CHEAP.
Moreover, their lightweight fork looks almost identical in shape to Bianchi latest full carbon offerings.....Hmmmm...........