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Kodak Partners With Carbon 3D for 3D Printing Material Development

Several companies, including Ford, Legacy Effects, Johnson & Johnson as well as a number of service providers have teamed up with California-based 3D printing startup Carbon 3D. Now, American technology company Kodak has joined their ranks. 

Following their dominant position in photographic film, Kodak has turned its focus on digital printing and graphics for businesses in the past few years. Together with Carbon 3D, the company will work on materials development for new opportunities of the ultra fast CLIP (Continuous Liquid Interface Production) 3D printing technology. The joint development agreement sees Kodak’s long-standing experience in material formulation and integration into complex systems compliment Carbon’s material development capabilities.

Dr. Joseph DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon looks forward to their partnership: “We are excited to have Kodak as a partner as we continue to bring our technology to an array of industries including automotive, aerospace, athletic shoes and life sciences. This collaboration further proves our dedication to the development of breakthrough additive materials.”


“Together, Carbon and Kodak are well positioned to develop and expand market opportunities for CLIP-based additive manufacturing,” said Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke. “Kodak is a world leader in materials development and we are excited to be working with an innovative and progressive company like Carbon.”

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