3D Printing News Briefs: February 2, 2018

In celebration of finally leaving the long month of January behind, we’ll start today’s 3D Printing News Briefs with some good news – Carbon is celebrating its fifth anniversary! Moving…

Carbon Introduces SpeedCell, an End-to-End Additive Manufacturing Solution that Includes the New M2 3D Printer

It’s been exactly two years since Carbon appeared seemingly out of nowhere with their industry-changing M1 3D printer and CLIP 3D printing technology. The introduction of the technology altered the…

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…

Sculpteo Releases Details On Carbon’s Prototyping Acrylate Resin

Out of the select few manufacturing enterprises to have received the introductory version of Carbon’s CLIP (Continuous Liquid Interface Production) technology, which has come in the form of their professional-grade…

MarketsandMarkets Report Says Patent Filing and Mergers & Acquisitions Fueled 3D Printing Industry Growth

While they have always been a touchy subject in just about every industry built around technology, patents are an especially touchy topic in the 3D printing industry. That is likely due…

Sculpteo Continues Testing Carbon CLIP Technology and Materials with Cyanate Ester

When 3D printing startup Carbon released the first video of of their CLIP 3D printing technology in action it was almost unbelievable. Watching a solid, three dimensional model be pulled from…

Case Study: Carbon’s CLIP Technology Lives Up to the Hype for Automotive Manufacturer Delphi

Unless you’ve been living under a 3D printed rock for the last year, you’re probably at least marginally acquainted with Carbon and their groundbreaking CLIP technology. For a while, it seemed as…

Sculpteo Gives Us the Lowdown on Carbon’s Rigid Polyurethane Resin in New Q&A

It’s been well over a year since Carbon had the entire 3D printing industry clamoring in excitement about their exhilaratingly fast and potentially revolutionary Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology, which…

The Revolution Arrives: Carbon Releases M1 Commercial 3D Printer with CLIP Technology & New Resins

While the rest of the industry has been waiting eagerly, mere recipients of little morsels and teasers here and there regarding Carbon and their new CLIP technology, a most select…

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