The cost of 3D printing materials is viewed as one of the inhibitors to wider adoption and usage of additive manufacturing. Carbon, a Silicon Valley-based 3D manufacturing company, is introducing an approach that CEO and Co-founder Dr. Joseph M. … [Read more...] about Carbon introduces lower prices on its 3D printing materials
For Oracle Labs, Carbon’s CLIP (Continuous Liquid Interface Production) technology provided the perfect answer to a design challenge. Oracle researchers used CLIP to print an extremely precise bracket hardly an inch in size, enabling a 3D-printed … [Read more...] about Oracle uses 3D printer to produce 10,000 parts fast
I want an additively built shoe. And with the recent developments in additive manufacturing, the day is upon us. Several companies have been exploring the use of additive technology in both the design and production of custom athletic shoes. adidas … [Read more...] about adidas uses additive manufacturing to deliver custom athletic shoes
Design, prototype, iterate, prototype, final production. Do you really need all of these steps? According to Carbon, not anymore. The Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing company launched SpeedCell, a system of securely connected printers and … [Read more...] about Want to speed up 3D printing? Stop prototyping!
Better living through chemistry is a phrase that could be applied to the company Carbon. The founders’ goal is to make real final parts through a form of digital light processing. Parts so good, they rival conventional injection molded parts. Joe … [Read more...] about New 3D printing technique–Build parts through software controlled chemical reactions
Carbon (Carbon3D, Inc.) today unveiled the M1, its first commercial 3D printer. The M1 leverages Carbon’s breakthrough Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology and engineering-grade materials to deliver on the promise of 3D printing. … [Read more...] about First commercial CLIP-based additive manufacturing machine
Ford Motor Company recently developed a dedicated additive manufacturing research program to explore the potential of this technology to manufacture final parts that will eventually hit the road. “If we can shave months off of production time and get … [Read more...] about What Ford Motor Co has found so far in its additive manufacturing exploration