In contradiction to the stated CNC label that KCNC puts on their brakes, judging the photo's i've seen so far, they appear to be moulded instead of being CNC machined as advertised. (allthough some parts will be CNC machined, but the largest part isn't)
The rough surface is either from the cheap moulding process or a sandblasting process. and to be honest, i don't believe they are sandblasted. there are several grades of moulding, and this rough surface isn't the most expensive one. Tumbling would give an different finish..
I am a bit worried about the overall quality of these brakes, considering their relative cheap mass-production method.
Their weight is awesome, but i read several posters reporting noticeable less stopping power. (even with different pads)
I think you're winging it a little and should see the product first.
There's a big dif in picture quality and making judgement that way might be off...
Things look different at different angles, distance and light...
But then they can also look different just by turning round things
Then there's the whole understanding of different manufacturing process... and that things can be cast or forged or MIM and then machined... And or machined fully from billet and then money spent in surface blasting (and I think these are bead/ meadia, not your choice of sand) or other after finish steps, none of which are cheaper than not taking that step.
We would also need to ignore the brake material is wrought 7075 T7 Alu... That's a material more likely used AS
a mold than cheaply injected into one.
Either way "cheap chinese molded" isn't something I would toss out given that there's no noted cases of part failure floating round despite long term, wide spread use. Frankly that's a phrase loaded with insinuation versus information.
Not meaning to be harsh and I already posted that I don't think the KCNC should be considered everyone's first choice, but I just think you're winging it.