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Rawlings, Carbon and Fast Radius Use 3D Printing to Revolutionize Baseball Glove Design

Since the 2021 Major League Baseball season began, New York Mets shortstop Francisco Lindor has been seen sporting Rawlings next-generation glove in stylish, eye-catching neon green and black design. Meticulously…

AMUG 2021: PostProcess Technologies and Carbon Partner for Automated Resin Removal in 3D Printing

It has apparently become clear to 3D printer manufacturers that the post-processing firms are big enough now to integrate their finishing technologies can be more directly integrated into their ecosystems….

Carbon and Candid Partner to 3D Print Models for Clear Dental Aligners

There’s a new partnership in the additive dental industry: Carbon and Candid have announced that they are joining forces to 3D print accurate models for clear aligners more reliably and…

Formnext Connect 2020: Carbon & Fast Radius Expand Strategic 3D Printing Partnership

Formnext 2020, called Formnext Connect this year, has officially begun, and will last through Thursday, November 12th. Today during the virtual event, Carbon announced the expansion of a strategic partnership…

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Carbon Opens Up: Henkel Brings Loctite Materials to Carbon’s DLS 3D Printing

Hype machine Carbon has made a lot of waves in 3D printing with high-speed systems and innovative materials. Formerly, the company was one of the exponents of a closed materials…

Lamborghini Rolls out Sián Roadster with 3D Printed Air Vents

“It was the moment when I finally decided to create the perfect car,” said Ferruccio Lamborghini, upon the inception of one of the greatest automotive status symbols ever. Although he…

Joseph DeSimone Out as Carbon CEO Replaced by Ellen Kullman

Sometimes executives wish to spend less time with their families, today Joseph DeSimone is stepping down as Carbon CEO. Joseph will instead become Executive Chairman of the Board. His replacement…

Adidas Kills the Speedfactory: Industrie 4.0 Funeral Date Not Yet Set

Adidas is killing off its Speedfactories. Yes, the 3D printing hypebeast itself, shoe manufacturer Adidas has decided to end its Speedfactories local manufacturing initiative. Just a few years ago the…