Industry Experts Interview: Dr. Joseph DeSimone CEO of Carbon

Dr. Joseph DeSimone is Founder & CEO of Carbon. He was also Chancellor’s Eminent Professor of Chemistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University and of Chemistry at UNC. He has published over 350 scientific articles and over 200 issued patents with over 200 more patents pending. He recently gave a great talk at the mHub Fireside Chat for industry disruptors and we reached out to him while he was in Chicago. With a variety of entrepreneurial and technology experience, be sure to tune in and hear what he has to say about Carbon as a company and the future of additive manufacturing.

First Mechanical Properties Tests of 3D Printed Carbon CLIP Lattice Parts

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SabeRex to Become First Company in Texas to Install Carbon M2 3D Printer

In Austin, Texas, SabeRex has been providing technology-based solutions to its clients for more than two decades. Those services will now include 3D printing, as this month the company is gaining…

3D Printing Among Advanced Technologies Newly Appointed Ford President & CEO Looks to for Motor Giant’s Future

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3D Printing News Briefs: April 25, 2017

In today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re covering everything from business to 3D printing, scanning, modeling, and design. EOS joins a manufacturing alliance, while a 3D printer gets an…

Carbon Introduces New CLIP 3D Printing Materials with Epoxy Resin Family & Addition to Cyanate Ester Family

It’s been a very busy year for Silicon Valley-based 3D printing company Carbon, but a successful one as well. After emerging from stealth with its cutting-edge CLIP 3D printing technology back in…

Industry 4.0 is Moving at a Fast CLIP — A Few Questions For: Carbon

One of the most fascinating companies in 3D printing over the last two years has undeniably been Carbon. The company’s high-speed CLIP technology allows for 3D printing in unprecedented times…

Carbon Announces $81 Million in Series C Funding from New and Existing Investors, Accelerates Production for Global Expansion

Since Carbon introduced their industry-changing CLIP technology last year, we’ve been closely following the company as they amass a growing list of customers and partners. Early users of CLIP have delivered…

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