10/9/2018

Carbon Expands Network of Production Partners

The company has announced the addition of eight manufacturers to its Carbon Production Network (CPN).

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Carbon has announced the addition of partners Bright Plastics, Dependable Plastics, Diversified Plastics Inc., Element Packaging, Gallagher Corporation, Nicolet Plastics, Prattville Machine & Tool, and Resolution Medical to its Carbon Production Network, which now includes more than 20 U.S. partners and is rapidly growing.

“An important part of Carbon’s strategy is to empower manufacturers and injection molders with the many benefits of digital fabrication,” says Dana McCallum, head of Production Partnerships at Carbon. “By being part of the Carbon Production Network, our partners leverage a truly scalable, complete digital manufacturing platform that offers a faster process and creates high-quality, end-use parts with similar properties as injection molding and urethane casting.”

The Carbon Production Network (CPN) is an ecosystem of design firms and contract manufacturers who have implemented Carbon’s technology and demonstrated capabilities in additive manufacturing, design, production, urethane casting, machining and injection molding. The CPN offers a partnership model that focuses on hands-on advanced training and certification, production engineering, marketing, and sales to help ensure its partners’ continued success, Carbon says.

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