Many new product designs and innovations have been restricted by the limitations of plastic injection molding and other conventional manufacturing progresses. After the design is completed, the part typically requires modifications in addition to prototyping and tooling, which are costly and cause delays.

Traditional 3D printing allows engineers to design more complex geometries. However, high-volume end-use part production has not been practical due to slow printing speeds and limited material selection. Additionally, most 3D-printed parts are built in layers that must adhere to one another during the printing process.

Up to 100 times faster than traditional 3D printing, Carbon® Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS™) additive manufacturing transforms product design and production. Download this whitepaper to learn more!

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