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Additive Manufacturing — More Than Metal: How Vat Photopolymerization Started It All
Vat photopolymerization was the first AM process to be successfully commercialized. Three decades later, this technology has shown how AM is capable of scaling to volume production and making custom products on demand.

AM Conference Plastics Amerimold 2019

Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics 2019 Recap
The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics, held during Amerimold 2019, offered a platform for industry experts and mold builders to discuss how AM can complement injection molding and what it takes to transition from prototyping to high-volume production.

Kenzie Veith, product engineer, looking at the build platform

Injection Mold or 3D Print? How Resolution Medical Pivots Production
Minnesota manufacturer Resolution Medical is finding opportunities for additive manufacturing via Carbon 3D printers as an alternative to injection molding for production.

May/June 2019 issue of Additive Manufacturing magazine

May 2019 Issue Explores Additive Manufacturing for Production
The latest issue of Additive Manufacturing magazine showcases real AM production examples in the aerospace, defense and medical industries.

Rapid +TCT

10 Impressions of Rapid + TCT 2019
The largest additive manufacturing exposition in North America is now a mature industry trade show. Here is what the editors of Additive Manufacturing Media saw at this year’s Rapid + TCT.

AM Workshop for Plastics at Amerimold

Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Plastics Unveils Complete Program
Presented by Additive Manufacturing Media, Plastics Technology and MoldMaking Technology, the 3D Printing AM Workshop for Plastics will present practical applications of 3D technologies related to plastics processing.

Ellen Lee, Ph.D., Additive Manufacturing Technical Leader, Ford Motor Company; Paul Dilaura, Vice President, Enterprise Partnerships, Carbon

Ford in Production with On-Demand AM Polymer Parts
Ford and Carbon presented the first digitally manufactured polymer parts in production for the Ford Motor Company, created with Carbon’s digital light synthesis technology.

Vitamix nozzles inside continuous liquid interface production printer from Carbon

AM 101: Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP)
Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) is the key to Carbon's Digital Light Synthesis. Here's a look at how it works and how it differs from stereolithography.

Lamborghini Urus air duct split

Carbon, Lamborghini 3D Print Auto Parts at Scale
Carbon and Lamborghini have partnered to use Carbon’s DLS technology for part production.

presenters on stage at the Additive manufacturing Workshop for Automotive

Watch: Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive Video Available
Watch the full program of the inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive, and learn how automotive manufacturers are using 3D printing in production.

Carbon, Dentsply Sirona Collaborate on Digital Denture Materials
Carbon has announced its collaboration with Dentsply Sirona to deliver a printable denture material system to the market.

Ford HVAC lever arm

Carbon, Ford Collaboration Unveils AM Parts at Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive
At the Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive, Carbon and Ford unveiled the digitally manufactured polymer parts that they have collaborated on, the first AM parts in production designed specifically for Ford.

Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive panel discussion

Recap: The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive
The inaugural AM Workshop for Automotive at the North American International Auto Show brought together the world’s top automotive and additive manufacturing technology experts on one stage. Here’s what they had to say.

Wilson Tool for Additive Manufacturing Magazine

A Global Tooling Manufacturer Goes 3D
Wilson Tooling International turns to Carbon’s DLS technology to reimagine a critical part.

AM Pavilion at IMTS 2018

5 Impressions of Additive Manufacturing at IMTS 2018
An emphasis on production, shifting target markets and more colored additive manufacturing’s presence at this year’s International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS).

Carbon 3D printers

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

Nikki Gear, HR and payroll manager, Lauren Good, vice president of finance, and Greg Cebular, vice president of sales & project management, of The Technology House

The Technology House Steps into 3D Printing for Production
The Technology House was founded on stereolithography for prototyping, but each step forward has been a move toward production. The company is now 3D printing end-use parts, enabled by Carbon’s SpeedCell line and durable materials.

Carbon Releases MPU 100 Material for Medical Applications
Medical Polyurethane 100 (MPU) offers mechanical strength, biocompatibility and sterilizability for skin-contact devices and other medical applications.

Carbon EPU 41

Carbon Releases Epoxy (EPX) 82 and Elastomeric Polyurethane (EPU) 41
Carbon’s Epoxy (EPX) 82 is a high-resolution and high-strength engineering material with long-term durability, and its Elastomeric Polyurethane (EPU) 41 is a production-scale elastomeric material offering higher resilience for making durable, elastic lattices.

PADT Carbon 3D printers

PADT Launches On-Demand Manufacturing with Carbon
Phoenix Analysis and Design Technologies (PADT) will be able to deliver 3D-printed parts to customers on a scale of several thousand per week.

Met-L-Flo, Carbon 3D Announce Production Partnership
The partnership will enable Met-L-Flo to leverage Carbon’s SpeedCell system and Digital Light Synthesis technology.

Product Categories of Carbon

Additive Manufacturing Machines for Polymer Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Vat Polymerization
Material for Additive Manufacturing - Polymer
Other Non-Ferrous Materials