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Proto-Pasta Carbon Fiber Reinforced PLA is an incredibly durable filament that resists bending and delivers a rock-solid feel. This popular and exotic materials appearance is black matte, but – due to the embedded carbon particles – it really shimmers!

Proto-Pasta Carbon Fiber Reinforced PLA filament provides fabulous structural strength and layer adhesion with very low warpage. Due to the carbon fiber that is in the filament, it contains increased rigidity, therefore it has increased structural support built right in. This filament is perfect for printing items that do not bend, such as:frames, supports, propellers, and tools – drone builders and RC Hobbyists love this stuff, and it is made in the USA!

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The company says 100,000 pairs of Futurecraft sneakers will be made by the end of 2018

Adidas reveals the first 3D-printed shoe itll mass-produce

The Futurecraft 4D has a 3D-printed mid-sole.

Adidas has been playing around with3D printingas a manufacturing method for a while now, but its latest sneaker the Futurecraft 4D might be its most ambitious creation yet. The mid-sole of the shoe is created using a process known as Continuous Liquid Interface Production, in which the design is essentially pulled out of a vat of liquid polymer resin, and fixed into its desired shape using ultraviolet light.

The Silicon Valley company that created the method, Carbon, say its faster and more adaptable than traditional additive printing, and can make mass-production 3D printing a reality. Carbon is financed by funds set up by Google and General Electric, and say its methods allow for companies to go from design to product faster than ever. They also claim the final materials are more robust and flexible than traditional injection moulded plastics.

However, this is still new technology, and Adidas isnt leaping two-footed into the 3D-printed future just yet. Only 5,000 pairs of Futurecraft shoes will go on sale later this year, although the company says it aims to produce 100,000 pairs in total by the end of 2018. This is a milestone not only for us as a company but also for the industry, Adidas Gerd ManztoldReuters. Weve cracked some of the boundaries.

One of the attractions in using 3D printing for sneaker production is that it allows the creation of smaller batches of shoes. These could be small runs tailored for particular events or location, or they could even be expensive one-offs molded to suit an individuals foot-shape or gait. That will take time, though, as Adidas and Carbon have to bring down the costs of production before these shoes are affordable. Individualization will come, but youve got to learn to walk before you run, said Manz. The cost of a pair of Futurecraft 4Ds is not yet known, but Adidas says it will be in the premium price range.

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Carbon Unveils the M1 First Commercial CLIP-Based Additive Manufacturing Machine

No other additive technology delivers the combination of fit, form and function needed to bridge the gap between prototyping and manufacturing

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Carbon(Carbon3D, Inc.) today unveiled the M1, its first commercial 3D printer.The M1leverages Carbons breakthrough Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology and engineering-grade materials to deliver on the promise of 3D printing. While traditional approaches to additive manufacturing make trade-offs between surface finish and mechanical properties, the M1 produces high-resolution parts with engineering-grade mechanical properties and surface finish. Carbons product solution and subscription pricing model represent an important step on the companys journey to accelerate the future of manufacturing.

Were excited to unveil our M1 machine and ground-breaking materials, said Dr. Joseph DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon. This product lays the groundwork for addressing major gaps in additive manufacturing as we work with our customers to continually innovate and push the boundaries of product design and production.

The M1 delivers a comprehensive solution for the next era of design and manufacturing. For the first time, product designers and engineers can produce parts that have the resolution, surface finish and mechanical properties required for both functional prototyping and production-quality parts. Internet-connected and data-rich, the M1 collects over one million process control data points per day. This makes it possible for Carbon to provide precise remote diagnostics, assist with print optimization, and improve print quality over time. An internet-connected architecture ensures the latest features, performance enhancements and resins are always available to users, while the browser-based interface enables printer operation inside a network without the hassle of software installs or compatibility problems.

As part of the M1 product unveil, Carbon is introducing seven proprietary resins, enabling the use of complex chemistries to create parts with a range of mechanical properties. Parts produced using Carbons breakthrough materials perform similarly to injection-molded alternatives, and are suitable for a range of applications.

1. RPU: Carbon offers a family of three Rigid Polyurethanes. RPUs are Carbons stiffest and most versatile polyurethane based resin. They perform well under stress, combining strength, stiffness, and toughness. These properties make RPU particularly useful for consumer electronics, automotive, and industrial components where excellent mechanical properties are needed.

2. FPU: Flexible Polyurethane is a semi-rigid material with good impact, abrasion and fatigue resistance. This versatile material was designed for applications that require the toughness to withstand repetitive stresses such as hinging mechanisms and friction fits.

3. EPU: Elastomeric Polyurethane is a high performance polymeric elastomer. It exhibits excellent elastic behavior under cyclic tensile and compressive loads. EPU is useful for demanding applications where high elasticity, impact and tear resistance are needed such as cushioning, gaskets, and seals.

4. CE: Cyanate Ester-based resin is a high performance material with heat deflection temperatures up to 219C [426F]. Marked by excellent strength, stiffness and long-term thermal stability, CE is useful for under-the-hood applications, electronics, and industrial components.

5. PR: Prototyping Resin prints quickly, has excellent resolution, and performs well enough to withstand moderate functional testing. It is available in six colors cyan, magenta, yellow, black, white, and gray. These colors can also be mixed to create custom colors.

Committed to future proofing customers and providing continual improvement over time, Carbon is taking a new approach to capital equipment sales, making the M1 available via a unique subscription-pricing model.The annual cost includes a hands-on service team, dedicated to anticipating and addressing customer needs. Carbon leverages its internet-connected software architecture to collect operational data and deliver a predictive service model, seamless machine updates, and exceptional user experience.

Over the last year, Carbon has been working with select early customers in industries as varied as automotive, aerospace, medical, and athletic apparel. Customers, including Ford, Johnson & Johnson, BMW and more, have already tested parts in high-stress production applications, such as automobile engines and interiors. The M1 is being used to shorten product development cycles, address new lightweight, high-strength geometries, and produce customized medical devices.

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Carbon is working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science to deliver on the promise of 3D printing, enabling creators to think beyond the limitations of convention to design the parts and products that will drive the businesses of the future. Carbons Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) was introduced simultaneously atTED 2015and to the scientific community on the cover of Science Magazine (Science, March 2015). To date Carbon has received $141 Million in funding. For more information please or follow Carbon on

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Carbon launches M1 first commercial CLIP based machine

Carbon (formerly known as CARBON3D) has launched prototype of a 3D printer last year that would solve the biggest pain point of 3D printing technology Speed at which object gets printed. The team behind CARBON has come up with a technology that can 3D print an object at 100 x faster than the existing technologies. Read more about CARBON and CLIP technologyhere. The company has now announced the launch of first commercial machine based on this technology.

The M1 machine leverages Carbons breakthrough Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology and engineering-grade materials to deliver on the promise of 3D printing. While traditional approaches to additive manufacturing make trade-offs between surface finish and mechanical properties, the M1 produces high-resolution parts with engineering-grade mechanical properties and surface finish. Carbons product solution and subscription pricing model represent an important step on the companys journey to accelerate the future of manufacturing.

Were excited to unveil our M1 machine and ground-breaking materials, said Dr. Joseph DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon. This product lays the groundwork for addressing major gaps in additive manufacturing as we work with our customers to continually innovate and push the boundaries of product design and production.

As part of unveiling M1 product, Carbon is introducing various proprietary resins, enabling the use of complex chemistries to create parts with a range of mechanical properties. These new resins include Rigid Polyurethanes, Flexible Polyurethane, Elastomeric Polyurethane, Cyanate Ester-based resin and prototyping resin. And these are meant for wide range of industrial applications.

Parts produced using Carbons breakthrough materials perform similarly to injection-molded alternatives and are suitable for a range of applications. Carbon is also leveraging its internet-connected software architecture to collect operational data and deliver a predictive service model, seamless machine updates and exceptional user experience.

The M1 has been tested extensively over the last 1 year with select early customers in industries as varied as automotive, aerospace, medical and athletic apparel. Customers including Ford, Johnson & Johnson, BMW have already tested parts in high-stress production applications. Please visit know more about this product.

We, at think3D wish this product to become commercially successful thereby changing the entire 3D printing landscape and furthering the 3D printing movement.

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Markforged 3D Printer

Introducing the Industrial Series Composite 3D printers. Large-format 3D printers featuring our unique composite reinforcement technology. Replace machined aluminum with carbon fiber. Stronger parts, 50x faster, and 20x less expensive.

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Hawk Ridge Systems has partnered with Markforged to empower engineers to create strong-as-metal, finished parts using the right materials for the job – and remove the multiple barriers between design and a final product. We are overturning not only the 3D printing industry but also many traditional manufacturing methods giving our customers unprecedented cost, time and efficiency savings.

The Mark X3 prints strictly engineering grade plastic parts. It leverages the incredible material qualities of Onyx – twice the strength and stiffness as standard printing plastics – with an advanced sensor suite to deliver unparalleled reliability. Parts meet tight tolerances with beautiful surface finish and are perfect for production line equipment.

Learn MoreX5The Mark X5 leverages fiberglass reinforced thermoplastic to create parts 10x as strong as standard printing plastics. Easily upgradable to the X7, the X5 is a laser assisted, durably built large format machine designed to reliably produce high strength parts in any environment at an affordable price point.

Learn MoreX7The X7 prints industrial grade manufacturing jigs, jaws, tools and fixtures. Designed from the ground up to survive the production floor environment and capable of printing parts stronger than machined aluminum for a fraction of the cost, the X7 delivers unparalleled surface finish, build size, and reliability. The X7 was formerly called the Mark-X.

Learn MoreMetal XWith in-process inspection, precision sensors and a large build area, the Mark X 3D printer takes fiber-reinforced strong printing to a whole new level. Print finished parts exactly as-designed with an unprecedented combination of quality, dimensional accuracy and strength.

Learn MoreMark TwoThe Mark Two combines Markforgeds unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for the strongest, most versatile parts in our portfolio. With your choice of reinforcement and plastics, remove the time, hassle and design iterations and put your parts to use right off the printer engineered with the right material for any job.

Learn MoreOnyx ProThe Onyx Pro features Markforgeds unique continuous fiber reinforcement at an affordable price. Built on a durable chassis with precision components, the Onyx Pro prints fiberglass reinforced thermoplastic parts that are 10x as strong as traditional printing plastics.

Learn MoreOnyx OneBuilt on the same platform as our award winning Industrial Series, the Onyx One is designed from the ground up for quality and reliability in a form factor that fits on your desktop. Onyx parts are twice as strong as conventional plastics, and if you need real strength, upgrade to continuous carbon fiber reinforcement for parts that are stronger than aluminum.

High-strength 3D composite printing requires innovative smart software. Easily control the strength and quality of your prints with Eiger, our intelligent, online platform. Whether you have one printer or many, organize, collaborate, and invent in one integrated system.

See where Additive Manufacturing can improve maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) processes in your business and how other companies have successfully implemented 3D printing techniques.

Accelerate your engineering with Hawk Ridge Systems and Markforged. Engineers are building custom tools and durable fixtures ten times faster and cheaper.

Industrial-strength 3D printing enables prototyping both form and function. Design and test carbon fiber parts that are strong as steel but flexible as aluminum.

The strength and durability of composite printing enables you to make real, functional parts. Hawk Ridge Systems and Markforged make customization and small-batch manufacturing faster and more cost-effective than ever.

Students and professors are using Markforged 3D printers as a tool for both learning and research. You can too!

HP is bringing decades of expertise in printing and materials sciencewith more than 5,000 HP patentsto the unique performance of HP Multi Jet Fusion technology.

The X7 prints industrial grade manufacturing jigs, jaws, tools and fixtures.

The Markforged X3 prints strictly engineering grade plastic parts.

The Mark X5 leverages fiberglass reinforced thermoplastic to create parts 10x as strong as standard printing plastics.

The Mark Two combines Markforgeds unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for the strongest, most versatile parts.

Say hello to ADAM (Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing) and print your parts using a bound metal powder that transforms into a dense material in one easy step!

The Onyx One is designed from the ground up for quality and reliability in a form factor that fits on your desktop.

The Onyx Pro features Markforgeds unique continuous fiber reinforcement at an affordable price.

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Bringing the strength of injection molded parts to 3D printing.

We are all familiar with two-dimensional printing when using an inkjet and laser printer.  But did you know that you are actually printing a 3D object?  Even though the amount of ink or toner that is spread over the paper is really really thin, it is a 3D object because the ink or toner is slightly raised on the paper.  3D printing uses the same additive process, but instead of printing a single layer, the 3D printer stacks thin layer upon thin layer until a recognizable three-dimensional is object created.

Just like regular printing, the instructions for a 3D printer are contained in a digital file.  These three-dimensional digital models used by a 3D printer are typically created with computer-aided design software (CAD), but digital models can also be created by using a 3D scanner.  Also, thousands of 3D models are now available for download from the internet.

The process STACKER 3D printers use is calledFused Filament Technology(also known as FDM) whereby the 3D printer stacks successive layers of melted thermoplastic filament to build the 3D object.

STACKER printers build parts layer-by-layer from the bottom up by heating and extruding thin layers of thermoplastic filament through a hot end onto the print bed.  The complete printing process is as easy as 1-2-3!

1. Pre-processing:Import your digital file into our software (StackerRUN or Simplify3D) to position and slice your three-dimensional model into layers. The software generates a special GCODE file that the printer uses to create your part.

2. Production:The 3D printer heats the thermoplastic filament to a semi-liquid state and extrudes it onto the print bed.  Each layer of filament gets fused to the previous layer.  If support structures are needed, these are also printed by the hot end at the same time.

3. Post-processing:The user simply removes the part from the print bed and then breaks away any support material.  Now, the part is ready to use!

Why use Fused Filament Technology (FFT)?

Its clean, environmentally friendly, and safe in almost any environment

The prints are mechanically strong, stable, and aesthetically pleasing

You can design your parts with incredibly complex geometry and still print them, something most subtractive manufacturing methods struggle with.

No more thick wall limitations to your thermoplastic parts. Unlike injection molding, which work best with thin wall sections, now you can design incredibly strong parts in almost any size.  FFT parts can be thin or thick.

Perfect for investment casting molds because the filament is easily and quickly burned out of the casting molds. Produce molds much faster and usually for a lot less costs than traditional methods.

Post processing for most parts will consist of nothing more than removing them from the print bed. Most other 3D printing technologies have laborious time consuming, and costly post processing demands

For small to medium manufacturing applications this printing technology can be a very cost effective solution.

STACKER Industrial Grade 3D Printersare purposely built so you can move your ideas fromprototype to production.  Our Industrial Grade 3D printers are designed and priced for small businesses, tech labs, colleges, busy offices, maker spaces, print/prototype shops, manufacturing plants, and most other kinds of businesses.  Our printers offer fast, reliable, and affordable 3D printing.

The key to high performance 3D printing is having a chassis that is beyond rigid while also absorbing unwanted vibrations. This is where design and engineering cross paths. Our chassis is formed with special AC Servo driven presses that are unmatched in precision repeatability, as well as maintaining the integrity of the steel during the bending process. Most parts are formed on the most advanced and modern CNC presses by Trumpf. All parts are powder coated, not painted. Powder coating is much more environmentally friendly, and much more durable.

All S4 printers are built around a massive high precision custom building jig. In fact, the S4 chassis and building jig were designed together. Thats how important it is to get things right. Essentially, the building jig ensures the X/Y plane is in the correct relationship to the Z plane. This is a lot easier said than done, and most other printers have no way of gauging this short of making a test print.

All STACKER 3D printers are proudly made in the USA using the only the finest materials and components.  In fact, nearly every component on your STACKER 3D printer is produced locally by shops that take extreme pride in the quality of their goods.  All our vendors must pass a vigorous environmental and safety review process, and most all are ISO9002 rated.  From these superior components, our assembly crew hand builds every unit using precision building jigs and other tools to ensure each printer is built right every time.

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CarbonX™ Carbon Fiber Ultem™ 3D Printing Filament

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Our partner – Triton 3D – offers a wide array of filaments that are compatible with Stratasys® Fortus®, Dimension®, and legacy systems. These materials include Ultem®, PC, PC/ABS, ESD-Safe Materials and more. Save up to 50% or more on these materials.More Info

CarbonX Carbon Fiber Reinforced Ultem® PEI (Polyether Imide) is an amorphous, high-performance polymer that combines excellent thermal properties, exceptional dimensional stability, inherent flame retardancy, and good chemical resistance. Ultem resin offers the ability to create parts with excellent properties at elevated temperatures due to a high glass transition temperature (Tg) of 217C. The addition of high-modulus carbon fiber greatly increases the stiffness / modulus of the material as well as greatly improving dimensional stability.

High thermal properties: (Tg) of 217C

Excellent dimensional stability (low creep sensitivity and low, uniform coefficient of thermal expansion) and highly reproducible part-to-part dimensions

Exceptional strength and modulus, even at elevated temperatures

Good resistance to a broad range of chemicals, such as automotive fluids, fully halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, and aqueous solutions

Stable dielectric constant and dissipation factor over a wide range of temperatures and frequencies

High-Temp Reels:We use reels made using PC/ABS and PC for our high-temp materials. This allows you to dry them out at higher temps once the filament absorbs moisture (which will happen to everyone eventually). The 250g and 500g reel are made using Polycarbonate (PC) and can be dried at 135C if the filament gets wet. The 1kg reel is made using PC/ABS and can be safely dried at 115C when it becomes necessary.

Automotive / Transportation Applications:Ultem resins provide automotive manufacturers with a high performance, chemically resistant, thermally-stable, cost-effective alternative to metal that is strong enough to replace steel in some applications and light enough to replace aluminum in others. For applications like transmission components, throttle bodies, ignition components, sensors and thermostat housings,

Electrical / Electronics Applications:Ultem resin may be an excellent material choice for todays demanding electrical applications, including connectors, MCB components like housings, shafts and levers, hard disk drive internals, FOUPs, BiTS, PCBs, MCCB internals, Plenum devices, LCD projector internals, fuel cell components and many other applications.

Extruder Temp: 360 – 390C (all-metal extruder)

Bed Prep: Ultem Tape, Polyimide Tape, Lightly sanded FR4 or Perf board.

Other: No cooling fan, Print speeds of 30mm/s (starting point)

Annealing Printed Parts:If needed, parts printed using Ultem PEI may be annealed in a hot-air oven to reduce any printed-in stresses that may be present in the part. Printed-in stresses may occur in any plastic and may result in lower than expected mechanical properties. If this is an issue with your part, then you can follow the simple 5-step ramp up/down process for annealing the Ultem parts.

Step 1: Place printed parts in cool, room-temp oven.

Step 2. Set temp to 300F and allow to stabilize for 1 hour.

Step 2: After 1 hour at 300F, increase oven temp to 400F and allow to stabilize 1 additional hour.

Step 3: After 1 hour at 400F, reduce heat back to 300F and allow to stabilize for 30 minutes.

Step 4: After 30 minutes, turn off oven heat and allow printed parts to return to room temp inside the oven as it cools.

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