Here are the 40 most innovative 3D printing companies in 2017, from pioneering 3D printer manufacturers to the best filament producers.
With a new “SpeedCell” system and the industrial-grade “M2” 3D printer, Carbon 3D enters the realms of high-volume manufacturing.
The Silicon Valley startup Carbon announces new partnerships with DENTCA and DREVE, fortifying its position in the dental market. Through these collaborations, Carbon will introduce resins for customized dental products, including 3D printed dentures, gingiva masks, and trays.
Carbon and adidas have just unveiled the Futurecraft 4D performance footwear, the world's first mass produced 3D printed product.
The design-driven device protection solutions producer Incase is partnering with Carbon, using the 3D printing company's Digital Light Synthesis to manufacture protective device solutions with complex lattice structures that are both lightweight and impact-resistant.
Carbon's Luke Kelly and Phil DeSimone talk Adidas Futurecraft, material innovation, and bringing 3D printing to the mass production stage.
New company Carbon promises to take professional 3D printing to a new level with new materials and a significant speed boost. All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park takes a deeper look.
Vitamix partners with The Technology House to use Carbon's 3D printing technology to transform part design and production. The blending equipment leader will mass produce a micro-fluidic nozzle that is 10 times more durable, uses 30 percent less material, and is 33 percent more economical.
After the successful release of the Futurecraft 4D footwear, adidas and Carbon are collaborating once again on the newly announced AlphaEDGE 4D LTD shoe. This high-performance footwear is partially 3D printed with Carbon's groundbreaking Digital Light Synthesis technology.
Adidas finally releases the Futurecraft 4D shoe. Featuring a 3D printed midsole created with Carbon's Digital Light Synthesis platform, the move is considered a watershed moment for 3D printed consumer goods. Coinciding with the occasion, Adidas exec Eric Liedtke joins Carbon's Board of Directors.
Carbon announces $200 million in Series D funding, and will use the investment to scale its 3D printing technology for manufacturing.
Carbon is introducing its production-scale 3D printing materials program, offering larger resin volumes and a new pricing structure.
Industry titans like BMW, GE and Nikon are investing millions of dollars into hot 3D printing startup Carbon.