Meet Carbon, The Company Aims On Producing And Not Just Prototyping
Assembly lines might have been big things in the past, but the future will certainly use 3D printers. Whether you want to make a toy for your child or a car for yourself, one day you will be able to walk into a 3D printing shop, order your product and walk out with it. Like with any technology, 3D printing is still under rigorous development and Carbon is leading from the front to develop it further.
Using their Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology, Carbon is able to rapidly print objects than conventional 3D printers. Led by CEO and Co-founder Joseph DeSimone, Carbon has been in the news for all the right reasons and the company designers prefer to work with to move their product from design, directly to production. Carbon makes it possible for you to not spend time building prototypes, but just zoom ahead to production right away. Carbon’s SpeedCell Printers are state of the art 3D printers that let you print at any scale.