Carbon3D - CLIP Technology

Carbon3D - CLIP Technology

Postby Corey Warren » 2015-Mar-Tue-12-Mar

This looks very interesting to me.

http://www.3ders.org/articles/20150317- ... nting.html

The speed and quality are very impressive.
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Postby Littlebuck416 » 2015-Mar-Tue-15-Mar

Now if only someone could make this cheaper for the public
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Re: Carbon3D - CLIP Technology

Postby JonS » 2015-Mar-Tue-23-Mar

They're in my neighborhood. I even looked at their jobs listing (but nothing open at a high-enough level for me to be interested).
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- Dual Ubis 13S metal hot ends (swapped for original Ubis metals)
- Dual Gear Head extruders
- Heated bed
- PEI print bed film

Printrbot Jr (put out to pasture).
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Re: Carbon3D - CLIP Technology

Postby Mooselake » 2015-Mar-Wed-15-Mar

That Carbon3D news release is showing up all over today. Must have something to do with their recently venture capital investment.

In the 3ders.org article they say it takes over 11 hours to print a mini Eiffel tower, which is where they get the 1000 to 1 ratio. The real number should be less than 100:1, and while that's still impressive the greatly exaggerated claim casts doubt on the rest of their article.

Maybe I'm just a skeptic, but it seems like new 3D printer companies are becoming the equivalent of late 90s Internet based companies and making the same sort of inflated claims. That did work well if you got in and out early enough, though.

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Re: Carbon3D - CLIP Technology

Postby plexus » 2015-Mar-Thu-01-Mar

Mooselake wrote:That Carbon3D news release is showing up all over today. Must have something to do with their recently venture capital investment.

In the 3ders.org article they say it takes over 11 hours to print a mini Eiffel tower, which is where they get the 1000 to 1 ratio. The real number should be less than 100:1, and while that's still impressive the greatly exaggerated claim casts doubt on the rest of their article.

Maybe I'm just a skeptic, but it seems like new 3D printer companies are becoming the equivalent of late 90s Internet based companies and making the same sort of inflated claims. That did work well if you got in and out early enough, though.

Kirk


Your moose eyes are wide open. it is as you see it. but I guess people have to try and the net makes it so easy to get to market. and its such a small market it easy to target. so come up with some kind of self adhesive plastic and give it a cool name like MooseTak and sell it as a printer bed covering. you'll become a millionaire.
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Re: Carbon3D - CLIP Technology

Postby Mooselake » 2015-Mar-Thu-07-Mar

Only if I started on Kickstarter, and then I'd just need an idea and not a real product.

MooseTak from MooseTek. You could be my marketing director.

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