Carbon’s UMA 90 can be mixed to create new colors. (Image courtesy of Carbon.) When…
It’s been almost a year since we add Carbon amazi […] The post Meet Up on February 23rd! Carbon CLIP will be there! appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo .
It’s been almost a year since we add Carbon amazi […] The post Meet Up on February 24th! Carbon CLIP will be there! appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo .
Although there are countless benefits to making cars light, the process can be seriously expensive. Formula One cars are the lightest, fastest, most advanced pieces of engineering in the motoring world, with prices stretching well into seven (okay, eight or nine) figures.
The world of electric motorcycles is changing rapidly and it takes a nimble company to stay ahead of the competition. That means accelerating development cycles at a time when “new products, new segments, pop up constantly,” Electric Motorcycle Company Alta Motors Uses CLIP Fast 3D Printing was originally published on CleanTechnica . To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter
Innovation is taking many forms in the 3D printing industry. Companies are furiously working to develop new materials and processes that leverage the amazing capabilities of this technology. A few years ago, the hype around 3D printing became overheated, with promises of it triggering a new industrial revolution, and obsoleting many established manufacturing practices, such as injection molding
A 3D printed metal structural node. (credit: Divergent 3D) Last week we took a look at how Lamborghini is using forged composite carbon fiber in car production.