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Carbon Expands Access to CLIP Technology by Partnering with Further Service Providers

Carbon 3D has recently partnered with two additional 3D printing service bureaus to expand the access of their M1 3D printer working with Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology.

Carbon officially released its M1 3D printer at the beginning of April this year and has since partnered with a number of service providers that now offer CLIP 3D printing technology to their customers. With Dinsmore Inc. and Midwest Prototyping, two additional bureaus join Carbon’s customer portfolio.

Jay Dinsmore, CEO and President of Dinsmore & Associates, Inc. said: “The future of additive manufacturing lies in the ability to produce end-use parts. Carbon’s offering is truly innovative because of the range of materials we can print with, the quality of parts that come off the M1 machine, and the speed at which we can achieve the desired end-use results.

carbon_m1_3d_printer_clip_technologyThe M1 delivers both functional prototypes an production-quality parts featuring resolution, surface finish and mechanical properties required. The five available materials are designed to meet engineering requirements, from elongation and resilience of injection moulded polyurethane elastomer, to the temperature resistance of glass-filled nylon.

“At Carbon, we’re working hard to deliver CLIP into the hands of the engineers and designers who will transform industries,” explains Joseph DeSimone, CEO and co-Founder of Carbon. “With access to the M1, these leading service bureaus can better serve their innovative customers, and make a real impact in a number of industries. They are key partners on our journey to disrupt the manufacturing landscape.”

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