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.