ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN SERIEL PRODUCTION
Discover a manufacturing process that produces high-quality plastic injection moulded like parts and functional prototypes with exceptional surface finish and durability. DLS in 3D printing eliminates the need to go for extensive tooling costs for injection-moulding while reducing lead time that is usually associated with product development and short-batch production.
60% faster then traditional Polymer Additive Manufacturing technologies
THE L1 PRINTER
Consistent high-volume production and larger parts
The L1 printer is a proven tool for product designers, engineers, and manufacturers who need to consistently produce large parts or many smaller parts. Offering over 1,000 cm² of the build area, the L1 printer produces large parts in single prints, or many small parts for high-throughput production.
Accelerate time-to-market. Produce functional prototypes quickly, then move to high-volume production on the same system. Proven with millions of parts the L1 is making history in additive manufacturing, scaling production to the millions of parts for companies like Adidas, Specialized, and Riddell. Additionally, dental labs are utilizing the L1 printer to quickly ramp up clear-aligner model production. Learn more about what customers have to say here.
3D PRINTING MATERIALS FOR REAL-WORLD APPLICATIONS
Carbon offers best-in-class, 3D printing materials for prototyping and producing real, functional parts. These materials uniquely combine excellent mechanical characteristics, high resolution, and exceptional surface quality into isotropic parts ready for real-world products.
Engineer parts with ease, thanks to consistent, predictable mechanical properties regardless of build orientation.
FULLY DENSE FOR END-USE QUALITY
Unlike powder-bed fusion 3D printing technologies, Carbon technology produces fully dense parts.
ABOUT CARBON 3D
Carbon.. is a 3D printing technology company helping businesses to develop better products
and reduce the time-to-market. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, Carbon has its
customer base spread across 17 countries and is continuing to expand globally.
The Digital Light Synthesis process patented by Carbon enables development of functional
prototypes and end-use parts for a single machine.