Carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) is a composite material with excellent relative strength. This plastic was quickly adopted in the aviation and space sectors, and has contributed significantly to reducing fuselage weight. Initially, this plastic was only used for partial replacement of metal materials. In the latest aircraft, however, composite materials, primarily CFRP, represent 50 % of the fuselage weight. Improved productivity and reduced costs are expected due to subsequent technical developments, and it can be expected that this plastic will also become popular as a main material in automobile frames. In this Data Sheet, a CFRP cloth was subjected to a flexural testing using a precision universal tester in order to evaluate the strength of the material.