Impossible Objects

Impossible Objects

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Impossible Objects (IO) has pioneered a new, industrial additive manufacturing process called "CBAM" for rapid production of functional parts made from fiber-reinforced composites. The advantages are faster build speed, superior strength-to-weight ratio properties, and a large palette of high-performance materials including carbon fiber, aramid and fiberglass. CBAM parts are stronger than other polymeric AM technologies, and are ideal for applications in the automotive, aviation, aerospace, defense, energy, and other industries.
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2019
1 Oct

Investment trends in 3D printing composites

Since 2014, there has been a surge in investment into companies engaging in the 3D printing of composites, with almost $250 million raised to date. The latest report from IDTechEx "3D Printing Composites 2020-2030: Technology and Market Analysis" authored by Dr Bryony Core and Dr Richard Collins examines the key trends and innovations in this emerging technology.
22 May

Impossible Objects Unveils Next-Generation 3D Printer, Partners

Impossible Objects announced two watershed advances in composite 3D printing for the factory floor. The company's latest 3D printing system, the CBAM-2, and a new partnership with BASF on PA6-carbon fiber composites extend Impossible Objects' patented composite based additive manufacturing process (CBAM) to an unprecedented range of industrial applications.
9 Apr

3D Printing 2019-2029: Technology and Market Analysis

IDTechEx Report: Dr Bryony Core
9 Apr

3D Printing of Metals 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Bryony Core
2018
20 Dec

Can an "impossible object" be 3D printed, even impossibly small?

The answer is: Yes, if you take an impossible object design and combine it with micro 3d printing technology. A metallic impossible object at the size of a red blood cell is born.
29 Nov

Impossible Objects

Update from IDTechEx Show! USA 2018.
29 Nov

Markforged

Update from IDTechEx Show! USA 2018.
15 Nov

Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM): What It Is, And How The Process Is Enabling Amazing New Material Combinations

Impossible Objects, United States
12 Oct

3D Printing in the Medical and Dental Industry 2019 - 2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Bryony Core and Dr Nadia Tsao
5 Oct

3D printing of composites: Key players gather to showcase advancements

3D printing of composites is perceived as a crucial future iteration for many forms of 3D printing. With this in mind, the annual IDTechEx Show, taking place on 14-15 Nov in Santa Clara, CA, will host a dedicated session for this class of materials.
21 Aug

Discovering the latest innovations at 3D Printing USA 2018

The IDTechEx Show! presents 3D Printing USA 2018 in Santa Clara on November 14 & 15, which offers the opportunity for key innovators and end users across several verticals to share their insights and expertise in the leading edge of additive manufacturing. IDTechEx forecasts the total market value of 3D printers, materials and services will be $22 billion by 2028.
16 Aug

Mantis Composites

Alternate route to composite 3D Printing using a more subtractive process.
21 Jun

Additive Manufacturing and Lightweight Materials for Aerospace and Defense 2018-2028

IDTechEx Report: Dr Richard Collins and Dr Bryony Core
2017
3 Nov

3D Printing Software 2018-2028: Technology and Market Analysis

IDTechEx Report: Dr Bryony Core
12 Oct

Unique composite-based additive manufacturing method

Impossible Objects has announced it raised a $6.4 million Series A investment. With this latest round, Impossible Objects has raised a total of more than $9 million.
15 May

New composite-based additive manufacturing technology

CBAM is an entirely new process that is fundamentally different from conventional additive manufacturing technologies.
27 Mar

MarkForged

Manufacturers of composite materials. Composite printer under development in 2017.
2016
4 Oct

Will PTFE be the next 3D printable material?

The range of available materials is one of the key hurdles to adoption for industrial 3D printing. 3D printing is being rapidly adopted by product manufacturers all around the world, but it still can't compete with many other manufacturing techniques with respect to material diversity.
2015
9 Oct

Impossible Objects

Impossible Objects' goal is to produce the world's strongest additively manufactured composite parts, rivalling hand layup materials, at injection moulding speeds. They are commercialising composite-based additive manufacturing technology (CBAM), which is a process that is different from most other additive manufacturing technologies.
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