Carbon Expands into Europe, Installs SpeedCell at Citim

The M2 3D printers and Smart part washer will enable Citim to produce prototype and series production plastic parts using digital light synthesis technology.

Oerlikon announced that it has been selected as the lead partner for the European introduction of Carbon’s 3D printers. Citim, a member of the Oerlikon Group, has been chosen for installation of Carbon’s SpeedCell, which includes M2 printers and a Smart part washer. It offers digital light synthesis (DLS) technology, enabled by enabled by a 3D printing process called continuous liquid interface production (CLIP), for prototyping and series production of plastic parts. 

With its durable material properties and layerless process, Carbon enables a range of manufacturing capabilities, and its supporting Smart part washer ensures consistent cleaning methods and accuracy. 

As part of Carbon’s introduction into Europe, Citim will be installing a SpeedCell, which will include 189 × 118 × 326 mm M2 printers and one Smart part washer. This will enable the company to print a variety of materials.

The CLIP process has the potential to print a range of plastic parts for industries including automotive and aerospace.

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