Primary Manufacturing Uses Carbon 3D Printing Technology to Deliver Some High Quality Soundz

It’s spring, which means that the motorcycles are coming out. If you’re typically a car driver, it’s also open-window season, which means that you get to listen to motorcycle drivers’…

IMTS 2016: 3D Printing in Photos

While the conference is in fact still going on, I spent only Monday and Tuesday at Chicago’s McCormick Place, attending this year’s International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS). The show was, in a…

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…

Carbon’s M1 3D Printer Can Even Print Itself – Partially

I haven’t yet heard a negative thing about Carbon’s M1 3D printer since its release in April. Case studies are already confirming that the hype surrounding the printer isn’t just…

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…

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…

RAPID 2016: Conversations with Materialise, Stratasys, 3D Systems, & Carbon

It’s the worst-kept secret here at 3DPrint.com: RAPID 2016 was a busy time! Clare and I were kept on our toes two weeks ago in Orlando, where we were treated…

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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