There are plenty of CFRPs (carbon fiber reinforced polymers) that are strong enough to hold up to any wear and tear you subject it to. I actually worked on a prototype when I was in college. Problem is, as some mentioned, the price of the quality CFRP needed just isn't realistic right now. This isn't the same carbon fiber that your arrows are made out of. This is the stuff that they are currently making aircraft fuselages out of (which is actually where I got the material for the prototype). It's truly amazing stuff and it makes a real nice stand if you want to pay about 10 times what you're paying now for a stand. I'm sure we'll see some stands in the future though as the prices come down.
2011 Hoyt Rampage XT, 66lbs, 28.5'', WB, Black Gold Amp, Fuse Quiver, Beman ICS Hunters, 100gr Thunderheads