The Future Of Manufacturing: Continuous Fiber 3D Printing (Sensors USA 2018)

Mr Tyler Alvarado, CEO
Continuous Composites
United States
 
 
Mr Colin Hambling, Aerospace Engineer
Continuous Composites
United States

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Continuous Composites is a rapidly growing tech startup company located in Northern Idaho developing our patented Continuous Fiber 3D Printing (CF3D™) technology. We are developing revolutionary technology that combines high-strength, low-weight composite materials with a 3D printing process leveraging industrial robotics. This ground-breaking technology is truly The Future of Manufacturing.

Speaker Biography (Tyler Alvarado)

"I am passionate about people." An evident statement when you spend only a few minutes with Tyler. He believes that people are the most valuable asset to any organization. He loves building teams and leading them to unite around a common goal.

Speaker Biography (Colin Hambling)

Colin has a BS in Physics and Economics, and a M.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering. His undergraduate research involved fluid dynamics and his M.Sc. thesis focused on the experimental investigation of a baffled tube ram accelerator. Colin brings an aerospace engineering perspective to the team and supports strategic business development.

Company Profile (Continuous Composites)

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Owning the earliest patent on 3D printing continuous fibers; our technology, Continuous Fiber 3D Printing (CF3D™), constitutes a fundamental shift in the manufacturing process of Advanced Composite Materials (ACM). Our technology leverages rapid curing resins paired with continuous fibers creating a moldless, Out of Autoclave (OOA) composite manufacturing process. CF3D™ can also embed functionality with fiber optics and copper wires creating a part that can sense and react to environmental stimuli.
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