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Meet the new range of Carbon 3D Printers

Carbon 3D uses DLS technology to be able continuously print objects. Each cross sectional layer is cured and formed so quickly that the Z-axis is required to be constantly moving.
Isotropy

Produce parts with engineering compatibilities regardless of build orientation

Finish

Glossy, matte and textured finishes can be achieved from the same resin

Fine Detail

Print fine details down to 0.3mm or print large models rapidly. There’s no limit

Material

Wide range of quality materials to meet all demands

Software

Create lattices in your design to improve print time, material use and usability

Carbon Digital Light Synthesis™ (Carbon DLS™)

Carbon printers have developed their own rapid printing technology to become the fastest resin printer on the market.

Rapid Printing

Carbon Digital Light Synthesis™

Welcome to the future of UV resin printing. Normal SLA printing will create each layer using a singular laser to map out the shape. Carbon 3D printers project UV light in the shape of the cross-section to cure it instantly.

Due to the speed in printing each layer the Z-axis will continually rise, meaning that the process is continuous. This creates layer-less parts.

High Quality Prints

Part Performance is not Compromised

Even though the parts are printed quickly their properties are not compromised. The parts produced are to a standard suitable for end-use consumption, the complexity of parts is ideal for prototyping and the range of materials available means you can design for any situation.

M2:

XY Resolution:   75 µm

Z Resolution:   100, 50, 25 µm

Layer Thickness:   Layerless, isotropic parts

Accuracy:   +/-200 microns

Build Volume:   189 x 118 x 326 mm

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Design Engine Software

Every Carbon 3D printer comes with free access to the worlds leading lattice making software. Achieve intricate, quality lattices to fit any shape.

Create instant lattices

Prototype

Printing a lattice object over a solid object uses less material and decreases your print time.

Manufacture

Therefore leading to lower costs and quicker lead times.

End-Use

Lattices also have desirable traits such as better cushioning, breathability, lower weight and better flexibility.

Carbon Printers

Check out our range of Carbon 3D printers

Material

Check out the material range available

Loctite Clear

Clear, tough, semi-rigid material that mimics PE

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EPX 82

Long-term durability and excellent mechanical properties that are close to glass filled thermoplastics

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RPU 70

Strong, stiff and flame resistant material that is similar to ABS

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RPU 130

Good impact resistance, very tough and highly heat resistant that is close to the properties of Nylon

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EPU 40

Highly elastic and tear resistant. It has a good impact resistance that is similar to TPU

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EPU 41

Very resilience, energy returning, performs well at low temperatures and more elastic than EPU 41

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MPU 100

Medical grade material which is biocompatible, sterilisable and has a good chemical resistance

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CE 221

Excellent strength, stiffness, and temperature resistance. Comparable to glass filled

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FPU 50

Impact, abrasion and fatigue resistant material that is suitable for repetitive stresses. Similar to PP

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SIL 30

Soft touch, biocompatible and tear resistant which is ideal for ergonomic use

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DBR 10

Very rigid material that produces highly accurate and quick models

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UMA 90

Simple, colourful and quick to print. Ideal for prototyping and similar to conventional printers

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