Carbon3D believes 3D printing hasn't lived up to its name—that's all about to change

Rome wasn’t built in a day, but at the rate of construction of ‘one iconic structure every seven minutes’ one wonders if Carbon3D doesn’t have the old adage in its sights.


Post by PSFK.

Harnessing the power of CLIP—Continuous Liquid Interface Production—Carbon3D is calling 3D printing’s bluff. While the still-bourgeoning tech has given us self-defense dresses and brain-operated helmets it’s done it in the shadow of limited material options, frequent jams, and, most crucially, long production times. As a result, it’s failed to live up to its promise of upending manufacturing as we know it.

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