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State of the Art: Carbon Fiber 3D Printing, Part Three

So far, we’ve covered some of the key aspects of carbon fiber manufacturing and how continuous carbon fiber compares to chopped in early modes of carbon fiber 3D printing. However,…

2019 Year in Review: Industrial 3D Printing

We continue to see industrial 3D printing increase in speed, size and capability, while dropping in cost as signs point to its integration into the larger manufacturing industry. This year,…

TIGER & Impossible Objects: Creating Thermoset-Based Composites

Based in Wels, Austria, TIGER has offices around the world, to include North America, Europe, and Asia. Originally founded as a paint shop in the 1930s, the TIGER business has…

Interview with Len Wanger of Deer Valley Ventures

This is an interview with Len Wagner, the Chief Technology Manager of Impossible Objects. Len has great insight into the world of technology as well as finance and gives some good thoughts on the future of the additive industry.

3D Printing Industry Experts Interview: Jeffrey DeGrange of Impossible Objects

This is a short interview with Jeffery DeGrange, the Chief Commercial Officer at Impossible Objects. He has a great amount of experience with the manufacturing sector and he gives good insight into what America is trying to do in order to address a skills gap with workers.

Impossible Objects Makes Presence Known at RAPID + TCT with CBAM-2 3D Printing System, BASF Collaboration on Materials

Impossible Objects is a dynamic presence this year participating at RAPID + TCT 2019 in Detroit from May 20-23, as they unveil their new 3D printing system, the CBAM-2, while…

Impossible Objects Raises $6.4 Million in Series A Funding While Preparing to Release Model One 3D Printer

Earlier this year, Impossible Objects introduced its pilot 3D printer, the Model One, at RAPID + TCT. The machine won the trade show’s Innovation Award for the service or product that…

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3D Printing and Smart Manufacturing Highlighted at SME’s SOUTH-TEC

From October 24th to the 26th, the SOUTH-TEC exhibition and conference will be taking place at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, South Carolina. Produced by SME and the Association for Manufacturing…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 26, 2017

There’s a lot going on in the 3D printing world this week! In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ll cover everything from 3D printed clothing to 3D printing materials and 3D…

Focus on Functional 3D Printed Part Applications: John Dulchinos Discusses Jabil’s 3D Printing Strategy

RAPID + TCT kept a steady pace of introductions and announcements this week, as 2017 represents a year of growth across the board. While we hear often from companies developing…

RAPID + TCT 2017: 3D Printing Has Come a Long Way

“Like fine wine, this event continues to improve year after year,” Terry Wohlers said in his keynote at RAPID + TCT. Applause, and appreciative laughter, followed Wohlers’ statement yesterday as…

Impossible Objects Presents Model One 3D Printer, Tells Us Their Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing Will Compete with Injection Molding

Today at RAPID + TCT, Illinois-based Impossible Objects is introducing the Model One, its new pilot machine and the latest 3D printer claiming to transform manufacturing as we know it…

Impossible Objects Now Offers 3D Printed PEEK Polymer Carbon Fiber Composite Parts

This week Illinois-based 3D printing materials sciences company Impossible Objects announced that they have developed a method of using PEEK (polyetheretherketone) with their revolutionary Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM) process. For…

Düsseldorf 2016: Additive Manufacturing is Changing Business Models Everywhere

While many who visited the historical world of Düsseldorf for this year’s Inside 3D Printing event in their free time may have enjoyed German nightlife, culture, and epic beer outside the…

At The Inside 3D Printing/METAV Düsseldorf Conference, Participating Is Winning

The topics for the many of the presentations at Inside 3D Printing in Düsseldorf were some of the most “industry centered” in the show’s recent history. The Synergies with the METAV show may have…

7 Pointless 3D Prints That Nobody Needs But We Want Anyway

By now, most people have heard at least one story about the amazing contributions 3D printers are making. From printing new beaks for birds that have lost them to the creation…

Impossible Objects Receives $2.8m Investment to 3D Print with Kevlar, Fiberglass & Carbon Fiber

Impossible Objects is, even for the 3D printing world, apparently doing the impossible. The focus of the company is to create the world’s first composite 3D printed objects, using an…