Category Archives: CLIP

University of Michigan takes on CLIP 3D printing with “single exposure” fabrication

Scientists at the University of Michigan have developed a high speed 3D printing technology that can be scaled to achieve the production of large objects. Tipped to be 100 times faster than other commercially available technologies, the technique is also capable of rending a 3D object with just a single flash of light rather than layer […]

UC Berkeley teams with Carbon to 3D print sponge for excess chemotherapy medication

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, CLIP 3D printer manufacturer Carbon, and UC San Francisco, have teamed up to leverage 3D printing in an experiment to minimize the side effects of chemotherapy. A so-called “drug sponge,” the ChemoFilter is designed to soak up any excess drugs left over from treatment, preventing them from damaging other […]

UC Berkeley teams with Carbon to 3D print sponge for excess chemotherapy medication

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, CLIP 3D printer manufacturer Carbon, and UC San Francisco, have teamed up to leverage 3D printing in an experiment to minimize the side effects of chemotherapy. A so-called “drug sponge,” the ChemoFilter is designed to soak up any excess drugs left over from treatment, preventing them from damaging other […]

Additive manufacturing research review: defects, DfAM, post-processing and CLIP

Carbon‘s Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) 3D printed parts are put to the test. Design for Additive Manfuacturing (DfAM) training is explored at ETH Zürich. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) examines the effect of defects on the surface of 3D printed components. And Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers investigate the potential […]

Carbon to bring 3D printing to America’s largest network of dental labs

Following the launch of its FDA-approved 3D printable DENTCA resins earlier this year, digital 3D manufacturing company Carbon has announced a partnership with National Dentex Labs (NDX), ramping up the competition in the rapidly grown dental market. By revenue, NDX is ranked as the largest network of dental labs in the U.S., with facilities in over […]

Interview: Carbon cuts through the hype with new FDA approved dental materials

Carbon’s new 3D printable DENTCA resins have been released with approval from the FDA. As materials for dentistry, DENTCA Denture Base II and DENTCA Denture Teeth resins, are subject to an exception in FDA certification that typically would not pass certification on 3D printer materials. In this interview with Steven Pollack, Senior Staff Research Scientist at Carbon, 3D […]

Neue Software Tools für Cabon M 3D-Drucker

Carbon MSerie 1 155x300 - Neue Software Tools für Cabon M 3D-Drucker

Mit zwei neuen Software Tools soll die M Serie von Carbon aufgebessert werden. Die beiden neuen Werkzeuge sind automatische Generierung von Support und das Anbringen von Seriennummern. Carbon ist für sehr schnelle hochgenaue 3D-Drucker bekannt. Mit den beiden neuen Tools sollen Benutzer der M Serie ihre Produktivität steigern können. Automatische Supportgenerierung Wie alle 3D-Drucker die […]

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AlphaEDGE 4D LTD 3D printed shoes now available from adidas

The collaboration between Carbon and adidas has blossomed once again, this time with the AlphaEDGE 4D LTD running shoes featuring midsoles 3D printed using Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) technology. The AlphaEDGE shoes can now be reserved for $300 using the adidas App, before picking them up on 17 February at adidas’ Santa Monica and Culver City […]

3D printed engine part boosts CSU Hornet Racing car power up to 14,000 RPM

A college racing team has redesigned an engine part for its competitive car using Carbon DLS 3D printing technology and improved the engine’s performance by 43%. Hornet Racing from California State University (CSU), Sacramento redesigned the intake manifold for its Honda CBR600RR series, 4-cylinder engine and 3D printed it out of RPU 70 material, incorporating some custom […]

Kohleproduzent Ramaco Carbon plant 3D-Druck von Produkten mit High-Speed Carbon 3D-Drucker

Der in Sheridan, Wyoming, ansässige Kohleproduzent Ramaco Carbon will in Zusammenarbeit mit seiner Partner-3D-Druckerei Carbon in Silicon Valley künftig Produkte und Teile für Dritte mit Hilfe von High-Speed Carbon 3D-Druckern erzeugen. Dank eines eigens entwickelten, bahnbrechenden 3D-Druckverfahren namens CLIP, welches DLP, sauerstoffdurchlässige Optiken sowie programmierbare Flüssigharze verwendet, gilt das 3D-Unternehmen Carbon als große Konkurrenz im […]

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