Carbon releases SpeedCell 3D printing system for industrial scale additive manufacturing - 3ders.org (blog)

With a build volume measuring 7. 5” x 4. 6” x 12. 8” (191mm x 117 mm x 325mm), which is twice the build volume of the M1 (5. 6” x 3. 1” x 12. 8” / 142mm x 79mm x 325mm), the M2 enables the printing of larger parts or more parts per build, with the... Mar 16, 2017. Silicon Valley-based startup Carbon, manufacturers of continuous liquid interface production (CLIP) 3D printers, today released SpeedCell, a system of connected manufacturing unit operations that enables repeatable production of... The Smart Part Washer automates repeatable part washing and is network connected to the M-Series 3D printers to optimize the washing process, the next step in the additive manufacturing process.

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