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Diversified Plastics, Inc. Earns Carbon Production Network Certification
As one of the first plastic injection molding companies to become a certified Carbon Production Partner, DPI is one of only 14 certified partners in the United States and one of 20 worldwide.
University of Michigan Researchers Tout High-Speed 3D Printing Approach
The process employs dual light sources in place of an oxygen membrane to print at 100 times the print speed of conventional offerings.
Riddell Partners with Carbon to Produce 3D Printed Football Helmet Liner
The Riddell SpeedFlex Precision Diamond Helmet delivers innovation with new digitally manufactured football helmet liner.
Carbon and Ford Boost Collaboration to Digitally Manufacture Durable, End-Use Parts
DE News Roundup: January 18, 2019
3D-Printed Autoparts from Ford and Carbon, Staffing Firm Modis's Survey on What Attracts and Keeps Top Talent, What Analysts Say about the Potentials of Personal Robots, and more
To 3D Print, or Not to 3D Print?
Consider the application, volume requirements and operational efficiencies.
Is Large-Scale 3D Printing Sustainable?
Additive manufacturing transitions from prototyping to a means of mass production, raising the stakes for sustainability.
Carbon and Fast Radius Partner to Reimagine Design of Chair with AM
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.
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What to Know About Making Industrial-Grade 3D Parts
You got it. 3D printing is great for prototypes, but here's what you need to know about 3D printed industrial-grade parts.
Generating Collaboration at GM and Adidas with Generative Design
A look at two generative design partnerships between manufacturers and technology vendors show the value of collaboration.
An April Additive Manufacturing Odyssey: AMUG 2018
A recap of the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference 2018.
A Conversation with Carbon Founder and CEO Joseph DeSimone
Joseph De Simone, founder and CEO of Carbon, talks 3D printing at scale, 3D printing design software, mass customization and more.
Vitamix Juices AM to Mix Up New 3D Printed Nozzle Design from Carbon
Adidas Launches Printed Shoes
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.
MINI Drivers Can Print Custom Parts
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.



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