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Impossible Objects awarded for contribution in composite industry
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Impossible Objects awarded for contribution in composite industry

Impossible Objects, a developer of CBAM (composite-based additive manufacturing technology) received Composites Manufacturing Award in small company category.

CBAM produces parts stronger than other additive manufacturing technologies. This method is also faster than traditional composite methods and the manufacturing process can be more customized.

Louis C. Dorworth, co-chair of SME’s Composites Manufacturing Tech Group, says that the composites industry continues to grow owing to extraordinary research conducted by people whose work stands the test of time:

“We’re proud to recognize the highest achievers; the true leaders of our industry.”

The composite-based additive manufacturing method developed by Impossible Objects can be used with a wide selection of materials, including carbon and basalt fiber, glass fiber, and Kevlar. Last year Impossible Objects’ 3D printer received prestigious RAPID + TCT Innovation Award.

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