The Rebound Centre is situated in Geylang in the east of Singapore, and as far as I know must be the only place of it's kind in this region. It came recommended by pretty much everybody who's opinion I respect in the bicycle business, and though it meant I had to part with the frame for 6-8 weeks (such is their demand), it left my hands a sad and damaged article, and came back like new.
Sulaiman is the master craftsman at work here. He explained that it would not be possible to retain the carbon-weave finish, as they'd have to cover that up with several new layers. He also told me that there would be a visible bump where the new material was added, but assured me that they would touch up the paintwork so that it would be as unnoticeable as possible.
The frame that came back to me however is so completely transformed that I have to point out the place where the crack was even to those inspecting it quite closely. The lacquer and paintwork are impeccable and though the area is now black instead of clear lacquered carbon, the difference is extremely subtle even in strong light. The lump too is barely visible to the naked eye.
As for strength, I have yet to put it under any massive climbing torque, but it really doesn't feel any more flexible than the super stiff frame it was when I bought it. Since the fracture happened on the top surface of the top tube, and not on a more structurally crucial section, it is subject to probably the least amount of stress under normal riding conditions anyway, but then I doubt we'd have gone for this option had the crack been elsewhere.
I would strongly recommend anyone in Singapore, Malaysia - or perhaps even further afield - with any issues with their carbon frames to entrust it to Sulaiman and his team. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. The above-linked website has the address and phone numbers.
At least one positive thing came out of this sorry saga.....