Ford begins 3D-printing parts with Carbon3D

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This afternoon Ford announced their collaboration with Carbon3D to begin producing high-quality automotive-grade parts with speed. This team-up began in December of 2014 when the companies began talks on how they might speed up production of certain elements in vehicles while retaining quality control. Redwood City-based Carbon3D presented CLIP – Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology. This technology is able to grow parts from UV-curable resins “at speeds as much as 25 to 100 times faster than conventional 3D printing processes.” With quality Ford expects, of course.

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