Carbon Announces M1 System

The printer uses Continuous Liquid Interface Production.

Carbon has unveiled the M1, the company’s first commercial 3D printer. The system uses Carbon’s Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology to produce parts.

In addition to the M1, Carbon has also introduced seven proprietary resins for making parts with a range of mechanical properties. They are:

  • Rigid Polyurethanes (RPU)
  • Flexible Polyurethane (FPU)
  • Elastomeric Polyurethane (EPU)
  • Cyanate Ester Resin (CE)
  • Prototyping Resins (PR)
Carbon is making the M1 available through a subscription licensing model. The annual cost includes customer service and operational data collection.

“We’re excited to unveil our M1 machine and ground-breaking materials,” said Joseph DeSimone, CEO and co-founder of Carbon. “This product lays the groundwork for addressing major gaps in additive manufacturing as we work with our customers to continually innovate and push the boundaries of product design and production.”

For more information, visit Carbon.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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