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.
Carbon in the News
Goal is to optimize additive manufacturing value chain.
Baseball giant Rawlings teams up with Fast Radius and Carbon to create 3D printed lattice inserts for REV1X high-performance glove.
Fast Radius, pairing cloud manufacturing with the Carbon DLS process, manufactures new Rawlings glove parts at scale to give players playability across the field, companies report.
New 4DFWD leverages Carbon 3D printing technology to create a lattice midsole tuned for precision running performance.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Design Engine Software gives Carbon subscribers design control; simplifies and automates the creation and production of lattice designs.
No two football players are alike in their style and strategy, according to Carbon and Riddell.
Photogrammetry and AM open new markets for personalized healthcare, eyewear, jewelry and more.
AM campus will focus on prototyping, production, research and training for use of 3D printing in automotive applications.
Need a prototype? There’s no shortage of quick-turn manufacturing services. The trick is finding the right partner, the right process and the right price.