CBAM Carbon Fiber Composite 3D Printing, Revealed by Impossible Objects (Video)

While MarkForged broke new ground with the first 3D printer capable of fabricating composite materials, allowing users to reinforce nylon parts with carbon fiber to produce new geometries never before possible with traditional carbon fiber layup technology. The Massachusetts-based startup, however, is not the only one hoping to revolutionize the way we make composites.

Impossible Objects has its own take on printing with materials like carbon fiber. Continue reading “CBAM Carbon Fiber Composite 3D Printing, Revealed by Impossible Objects (Video)”