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.
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.
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.
“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 […]
“Designers and engineers, when we think about [3D printing] technology, we consider it and describe it using these...