KCNC themselves is based out of Chunghua Taiwan, and have a decade of engineering experience making some very innovative CNC bicycle parts. Ken Chang the leader and chief engineer of the company spent many years working with Aluminum and Titanium for some of the largest bicycle manufacturers in the industry, and that experience shows in the fabrication of their products.
The basic yoke system (rail support, yoke, bolts and connecting rod) is the same that KCNC has used for years, but the bolts have been beefed up a bit, which had been a complaint by some users whom were breaking them on very rare occasions. I am glad I never had the issue with a bolt breaking on me in my many years of service with the Ti Pro Lite seatpost, that would have been a bummer. I think it might have been more to do with properly torquing the bolt then anything, but that is a guess. The old bolts were a M5 size, while the news ones are M6 and have a slightly larger head. This basic yoke system is ubiquitous with all the lightweight seatpost manufacturers, no matter where they are sourced or produced.
It is the small details to attention that sets the KCNC products apart from their competitors, and their tricked out CNC work on their bicycle parts is very innovative and technical. They are always striving to save weight wherever possible, and the unique hollowed out connecting pin on the seatpost yoke system really displays their creative artwork.