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Carbon opens L1 DLS 3D printer to orders, Jabil joins production network

With Formnext 2019 underway, Silicon Valley-based Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) 3D printer manufacturer Carbon has made two major announcements at the leading conference for additive manufacturing.

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The company’s L1 3D printer is now available for customers to order on a subscription-based purchase, and global manufacturing services company Jabil will join the Carbon Production Network. Both announcements are intended to help expand access to the Carbon Digital Manufacturing Platform on a global scale.

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The L1 3D printer, Carbon’s large-format DLS system, can be ordered today via subscription for $250,000 per year for a 3-year term. Shipping will begin in the first half of 2020.

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“The L1 printer has made history with the innovation it has enabled and the quality and production scale it has achieved,” commented Dr. Joseph DeSimone, Co-Founder and CEO of Carbon. “It is an extremely efficient and capable machine, transformational for product designers and engineers looking to […]

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