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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.013.447 von R-BgO am 21.10.18 11:45:40
Wenn, dann richtig:
https://www.carbon3d.com/news/carbon-growth-funding-announce…

REDWOOD CITY, CA – June 25th, 2019 –

Carbon (www.carbon3d.com), the world’s leading digital manufacturing platform, today announced it has raised over

$260 million in growth funding co-led by Madrone Capital Partners and Baillie Gifford. New investors Temasek and Arkema joined the round with participation from existing investors including Sequoia Capital, Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JJDC, Inc. (JJDC), Fidelity Management & Research Company, adidas Ventures, and JSR Corporation.

This brings Carbon’s total fundraising to more than $680 million.
Wenn man von DM redet, darf man Aurora Labs nicht verschweigen. Die werden Ende 2018 mit einem kleinen und einem großen Drucker auf den Markt streben, der 100-1000 mal schneller ist, als der heutige Standard.
Wie das funktioniert, ist allerdings geheim. Einen Metalldrucker haben sie jedoch schon erfolgreich gebaut, und der kostet nur um die 40.000AUD zzgl. Versand aus Australien.

Das kann keine Klitsche sein, weil sie mit Worley Parsons jüngst einen festen Vertrag unterzeichnet haben, der vom Verkauf an Unternehmen aus der Rohstoffförderbranche bis hin zur Entwicklung von Pulver und einem Service/Druckcenter geht.
Ich bin investiert, da immer noch sehr günstig für das "spekulative" Potential.
andere "disrupten" auch: https://www.desktopmetal.com/news/popular-science-award/

PRESS RELEASE - Popular Science Names Desktop Metal Production System "2017 Best of What's New" in Engineering

OCT 17 2017—BURLINGTON, Mass. –

Highlighting its speed and inkjet technology, Popular Science recognized the Desktop Metal Production System™ with its “2017 Best of What’s New” award in the Engineering category. The Production System is the first metal 3D printing system for mass production of complex metal parts that is up to 100 times faster than current laser systems. Arriving in 2018, the Production System delivers the speed, quality, and cost-per-part needed to compete with traditional manufacturing processes.

Created by the inventors of ground-breaking technologies in both 3D and 2D printing – binder jetting by Ely Sachs and single pass inkjet by Paul Hoisington – the Production System builds metal parts in a matter of minutes instead of hours. Leveraging low-cost Metal Injection Molding (MIM) powder, it is designed to deliver high throughput and per-part costs that are competitive with traditional manufacturing processes—up to 20x lower than today’s laser-based additive manufacturing systems.

"The Best of What's New awards honor the innovations that shape the future," says Joe Brown, Editor in Chief, Popular Science. "From life-saving technology to incredible space engineering to gadgets that are just breathtakingly cool, this is the best of what's new."

Desktop Metal, the company committed to making metal 3D printing accessible to manufacturers and engineers, recently launched its metal 3D printing systems covering the full product lifecycle -- from prototyping to mass production. The Studio System™ is the first office-friendly metal 3D printing system for rapid prototyping and is up to 10 times less expensive than existing technology today. To manufacture metal 3D printed parts at scale, Desktop Metal also debuted the only 3D printing system for mass production of high resolution metal parts today, the Production System.

About Desktop Metal Desktop Metal, Inc., based in Burlington, Massachusetts, is accelerating the transformation of manufacturing with end-to-end metal 3D printing solutions. Founded in 2015 by leaders in advanced manufacturing, metallurgy, and robotics, the company is addressing the unmet challenges of speed, cost, and quality to make metal 3D printing an essential tool for engineers and manufacturers around the world. In 2017, the company was selected as one of the world’s 30 most promising Technology Pioneers by World Economic Forum, and was recently named to MIT Technology Review’s list of 50 Smartest Companies. For more information, visit www.desktopmetal.com.
https://www.carbon3d.com/stories/additivemanufacturingeconom…

At Carbon, we are making a bold promise to the manufacturing industry—to make 3D printing economical for mass production. To this end, as with the conventional manufacturing value chain, the most significant driver is the ability to leverage volume-based cost advantages.


Carbon is launching a production-scale materials program that is unprecedented in the additive manufacturing industry. The program enables a path to sub-$100 per liter resin pricing. The sub-$100 resin pricing is a game-changer and will unlock new, high-volume 3D manufacturing applications for customers across industry verticals. For the first time, it will be cost-effective to make 3D printed parts using Carbon’s technology at any scale. The first resin introduced under the new materials program is Rigid Polyurethane (RPU 70). Carbon will initially sell RPU 70 for $150 per liter, down from the current $250 per liter price, exclusively for customers who enroll in the program. As more manufacturers join the RPU 70 material program, Carbon expects to reduce the price to sub-$100 per liter in the near future.

The price reduction is enabled by Carbon’s ability to drive material costs down as cumulative resin volume increases (Figure 1). The cost reduction benefit is passed to our customers and enabled by Carbon’s ability to establish partnerships with large chemical suppliers; build a global production partner network; leverage economies of scale in production and distribution; and institute new technologies that enable bulk packaging and automated dispensing of resins.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.100.366 von R-BgO am 01.04.16 15:07:48NewPro3D

Man könnte den Eindruck gewinnen, Carbon wird der Standard obwohl die Konkurrenz besser ist.
Alles schon dagewesen, Das Beste setzt sich eben nicht immer durch.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.108.040 von R-BgO am 03.04.16 10:09:45
naja,
schau Dir mal die Schreiben unter "ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo" an,
dann tust Dus glaube ich.

für mich fiel das Größtenteils eher unter die Kategorie "w****r B******n" ;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.107.335 von Popeye82 am 02.04.16 23:14:45
DEN Austausch
muss ich nicht verstehen, oder?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.107.251 von H2OAllergiker am 02.04.16 22:50:01
Ich finds auch widerlich ;);)
was Neues -bäääääh :confused:

Aber ganz ernst gemeint.
Deine Vorwiedergeburt fand ich schon sehr "strange".
Die kannte zwar fast jede schräge Theorie, nur mit der Realität kann die mEn nicht soooooooooooooooooooooooooo klar.

Total positiv, bleib dabei!!
whatever the reason
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.105.688 von H2OAllergiker am 02.04.16 12:50:19
Mach das ruhig öfter mal.
Steht Dir gut zu Gesicht "handwerklichlogisch" zu argumentieren und auszuführen,
als eine Weltverschwörung nach der nächsten herbeizubeten.
Ich dachte auch erst an einen Aprilscherz, weniger wegen der Geschwindigkeit, sondern, dass sie so schnell in den Markt gehen mit diesem für sie cleveren Geschäftsmodell des Leasing und Service.
Ist aber auch nicht verwunderlich, sind ja Top Leute und Firmen an Board.
Newpro3D hat übrigens eine Technologie, die 30% schneller ist, und eine ich meine isralische Garaghenfirma hat eine ähnliche schnelle Technologie, wo es um Chemie und Materialverfahrensweisen geht, die sind aber noch am Anfang.
Der reine Druck oder das Sintern wird solche Geschwindigkeiten nicht erreichen, ich denke die Kombi machts.

Beim 3D Druck tut sich unglaublich viel momentan, hat ja schon 2011 begonnen, konnte man damals an Gardners Hypecycle-Modell schön erkennen.
Die Entwicklung könnte man exponentiell nennen.
Ich freue mich, wenn schon nicht als Investment, welches früh genug getätigt wäre wie bei den JV´s, aber zumindest auf den ersten derartigen bezahlbaren Drucker für privat, ein brauchbarer Metalldrucker für unter 10Tsd USD wäre die Krönung, wird nicht mehr lange dauern.


Übrigens machen die Großen die guten kontinuierlichen Umsätze und vor allem Gewinne mit dem Material, die besten Gewinne machen momentan die Dienstleister, die sich die neuesten Geräte in die Halle setzen, und individuelle Kundenwünsche weltweit befriedigen.
Es gibt aber auch schon Videos, wie man sich sein Filament selber herstellen kann. :D

Das hat auch Buffett oder Lynch einmal erkannt. Nicht die Technlogieführer gehören unbedingt zu den großen Gewinnern, sondern diejenigen Unternehmen, welche aufgrund der neuen günstigen Technologie günstige Leistungen oder Produkte erst erschaffen können, und neue Geschäftsfelder kreieren.

Und vergessen sollte man eines nicht, ohne die Software geht garnichts, und da hat Autodesk als CAD Weltmarktführer das größte Wörtvchen mitzureden. ADSK war übrigens einer der ersten Großinvestoren in Carbon. Wir bleiben leider aussen vor, aber das Giga-Potential war absehbar, als man sich nur die TED-Präsi ansah.
Da kann HP dieses Jahr eigentlich nur hinterherhinken, DDD wollte im Kunststoffbereich immerhin die Geschwindikeit ver 25-fachen, allerdings mit sehr komplexem Maschinenaufbau.

Der Spruch mit den Schaufeln ist also nicht immer ganz richtig.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.100.417 von Popeye82 am 01.04.16 15:13:45
hast Du auch
den TED-Talk von DeSimone irgendwann letztes Jahr gesehen?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 52.100.366 von R-BgO am 01.04.16 15:07:48
Ich habe glaube ich ein Magazin mit einem Artikel zu dieser Firma.
Wenn ich es finde, stelle ich es mal ein.
...noch nicht notiert, könnte aber was Großes werden;

Threaderöffnung, da heute folgende Mitteilung erhalten (hoffe mal, es ist kein Aprilscherz):


Carbon unveils the M1– first commercial CLIP-based additive manufacturing machine
APR 1 2016

NO OTHER ADDITIVE TECHNOLOGY DELIVERS THE COMBINATION OF FIT, FORM AND FUNCTION NEEDED TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN PROTOTYPING AND MANUFACTURING.

REDWOOD CITY, CA – April 1, 2016 – Carbon (Carbon3D, Inc.) today unveiled the M1, its first commercial 3D printer. The M1 leverages Carbon’s breakthrough Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology and engineering-grade materials to deliver on the promise of 3D printing. While traditional approaches to additive manufacturing make trade-offs between surface finish and mechanical properties, the M1 produces high-resolution parts with engineering-grade mechanical properties and surface finish. Carbon’s product solution and subscription pricing model represent an important step on the company’s journey to accelerate the future of manufacturing.

“We’re excited to unveil our M1 machine and ground-breaking materials,” said Dr. Joseph DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon. “This product lays the groundwork for addressing major gaps in additive manufacturing as we work with our customers to continually innovate and push the boundaries of product design and production.”

THE M1

The M1 delivers a comprehensive solution for the next era of design and manufacturing. For the first time, product designers and engineers can produce parts that have the resolution, surface finish and mechanical properties required for both functional prototyping and production-quality parts. Internet-connected and data-rich, the M1 collects over one million process control data points per day. This makes it possible for Carbon to provide precise remote diagnostics, assist with print optimization, and improve print quality over time. An internet-connected architecture ensures the latest features, performance enhancements and resins are always available to users, while the browser-based interface enables printer operation inside a network without the hassle of software installs or compatibility problems.

CARBON’S MATERIALS

As part of the M1 product unveil, Carbon is introducing seven proprietary resins, enabling the use of complex chemistries to create parts with a range of mechanical properties. Parts produced using Carbon’s breakthrough materials perform similarly to injection-molded alternatives, and are suitable for a range of applications.

The new resins include:

RPU: Carbon offers a family of three Rigid Polyurethanes. RPUs are Carbon’s stiffest and most versatile polyurethane­ based resin. They perform well under stress, combining strength, stiffness, and toughness. These properties make RPU particularly useful for consumer electronics, automotive, and industrial components where excellent mechanical properties are needed.
FPU: Flexible Polyurethane is a semi-rigid material with good impact, abrasion and fatigue resistance. This versatile material was designed for applications that require the toughness to withstand repetitive stresses such as hinging mechanisms and friction fits.
EPU: Elastomeric Polyurethane is a high performance polymeric elastomer. It exhibits excellent elastic behavior under cyclic tensile and compressive loads. EPU is useful for demanding applications where high elasticity, impact and tear resistance are needed such as cushioning, gaskets, and seals.
CE: Cyanate Ester-based resin is a high performance material with heat deflection temperatures up to 219°C [426°F]. Marked by excellent strength, stiffness and long-term thermal stability, CE is useful for under-the-hood applications, electronics, and industrial components.
PR: Prototyping Resin prints quickly, has excellent resolution, and performs well enough to withstand moderate functional testing. It is available in six colors — cyan, magenta, yellow, black, white, and gray. These colors can also be mixed to create custom colors.

INDUSTRY FIRST SUBSCRIPTION MODEL

Committed to future proofing customers and providing continual improvement over time, Carbon is taking a new approach to capital equipment sales, making the M1 available via a unique subscription-pricing model. The annual cost includes a hands-on service team, dedicated to anticipating and addressing customer needs. Carbon leverages its internet-connected software architecture to collect operational data and deliver a predictive service model, seamless machine updates, and exceptional user experience.

CARBON CUSTOMERS

Over the last year, Carbon has been working with select early customers in industries as varied as automotive, aerospace, medical, and athletic apparel. Customers, including Ford, Johnson & Johnson, BMW and more, have already tested parts in high-stress production applications, such as automobile engines and interiors. The M1 is being used to shorten product development cycles, address new lightweight, high-strength geometries, and produce customized medical devices.

Please contact us or visit our website if you would like more information about the M1, Carbon materials and CLIP technology.

ABOUT CARBON

Carbon is working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science to deliver on the promise of 3D printing, enabling creators to think beyond the limitations of convention to design the parts and products that will drive the businesses of the future. Carbon’s Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) was introduced simultaneously at TED 2015 and to the scientific community on the cover of Science Magazine (Science, March 2015). To date Carbon has received $141 Million in funding. For more information please visit Carbon3D.com or follow Carbon on Twitter @Carbon3D


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