Oerlikon Selected as Lead partner for European Introduction of Carbon’s 3D Printers

  Birmingham, GB, TCT-Show – 28. September 2017 – Oerlikon announced today that it has been selected as the lead partner for the European introduction of Carbon’s 3D printers. citim, a member of the Oerlikon Group, has been chosen for installation of Carbon’s SpeedCell™, which Read More »

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Carbon Introduces Production-Scale 3D Printing Materials Program for Large Manufacturers

Offers Larger Resin Volumes and New Pricing Structure to Make 3D Printing More Economical REDWOOD CITY, CA – September 26, 2017 – Carbon (www.carbon3d.com), a Silicon Valley-based 3D manufacturing company, today announced a materials program that will offer some of its 3D printing polymer resins Read More »

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adidas Unveils Industry’s First Application Of Digital Light Synthesis with Futurecraft 4D

adidas strategically partnered up with Carbon to create the first performance footwear crafted with light and oxygen –   Digital Light Synthesis enables adidas to bring the most personalised performance products from imagination into physical reality – adidas to create high performance footwear with scale Read More »

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Carbon SpeedCell™: Additive Manufacturing Reinvented

SpeedCell Changes How Products are Designed, Engineered, Made and Distributed with the Introduction of the M2 Printer and Smart Part Washer REDWOOD CITY, CA – March 16, 2017 – Carbon (www.carbon3d.com), the Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing company, today announced the launch of SpeedCell, a system of Read More »

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Carbon Unveils the M1 – First Commercial CLIP-Based Additive Manufacturing Machine

  REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—April 1, 2016–(BUSINESS WIRE)–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. While traditional approaches to additive Read More »

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