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3D Printer Delivers Complex Composite Parts 10x Faster

Impossible Objects' new CBAM-2 3D printing system delivers complex parts on an industrial scale -- speeding up the additive manufacturing process as much as 10x. The CBAM-2 combines high-performance polymers with long-fiber carbon and fiberglass sheets to rapidly produce 3D composite parts that are stronger, lighter, with better temperature performance, and more durable than possible with conventional 3D printing methods.

Since Impossible Objects launched its flagship Model One 3D printer, a growing number of Fortune 500 companies have adopted it. Major automotive manufacturers including Ford Motor Company, manufacturing services company Jabil, the United States Air Force, and the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) among others are using Impossible Objects technology.

Features of the CBAM-2 include:

CBAM-2 machines will be available for customers beginning in Q3.

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