Carbon M1 CLIP 3D Demo & Interview

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2thSsQrZUM

Continuous Liquid Interface Production

Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP; originally Continuous Liquid Interphase Printing) is a proprietary method of 3D printing that uses photo polymerization to create smooth-sided solid objects of a wide variety of shapes using resins. It was invented by Joseph DeSimone, Alexander and Nikita Ermoshkin and Edward T. Samulski and was originally owned by EiPi Systems, but is now being developed by Carbon.
Definition from Wikipedia – Continuous Liquid Interface Production

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