Carbon works at the intersection of hardware, software, and molecular science. Our vision is a future fabricated with light, where traceable, final-quality parts are produced at scale with CLIP technology. CLIP Continuous Liquid Interface Production makes this vision possible by combining engineering_-grade materials with exceptional resolution and surface finish.
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Consider the application, volume requirements and operational efficiencies.
Additive manufacturing transitions from prototyping to a means of mass production, raising the stakes for sustainability.
The companies worked with Steelcase to design, engineer and print a custom arm cap, using additive manufacturing processes to align the design of the chair with human physiology.
You got it. 3D printing is great for prototypes, but here's what you need to know about 3D printed industrial-grade parts.
A look at two generative design partnerships between manufacturers and technology vendors show the value of collaboration.
A recap of the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference 2018.
Joseph De Simone, founder and CEO of Carbon, talks 3D printing at scale, 3D printing design software, mass customization and more.
The midsole is printed using Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis technology and includes 20,000 struts that can be individually tuned to address different types of running needs.
BMW is leveraging 3D printing to allow vehicle owners to customize a BMW MINI using printed inlays to augment their side scuttles, interior trim, LED door sills and LED door projectors.