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Fictiv adds Carbon’s DLS technology to 3D printing service offering

Gives customers in the USA access to industrial additive solutions fit for advanced engineering and high-volume production applications

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Fictiv, the operating system for custom manufacturing, has added Carbon Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) l technology to its catalog of on-demand 3D printing services in the USA. This new offering follows a major 3D printing service expansion that gives customers access to industrial additive solutions fit for advanced engineering and high-volume production applications.

Carbon DLS is a cutting-edge additive manufacturing technology ideal for prototyping and end-use production for a broad range of industries including automotive, aerospace, medical, and consumer products. Key advantages of this technology include rapid print speeds enabled by its continuous liquid interface production (CLIP) technology, print accuracy made possible by its digital light projection system, and print repeatability through an oxygen-permeable membrane and continuous printing process.

Fictiv adds Carbon's DLS technology to 3D printing service offering - gives customers in the USA access to industrial additive solutions.
High temperature resistant CE 221 parts.

Carbon DLS is now available on Fictiv’s digital manufacturing platform for instant quoting, design for manufacturability feedback, and on-demand ordering. Material offerings include proprietary Carbon resins with advanced engineering properties including high strength, durability, flexibility, and biocompatibility.

“The trend of using 3D printing to manufacture functional, end-use parts is on the rise,” said Riley Hall, Director of Additive at Fictiv. “The addition of Carbon DLS to the Fictiv platform makes it faster and easier than ever for our customers to go from prototype design to market-ready products through a single manufacturing partner.”

“Fictiv and Carbon share a mission to help businesses develop better products and bring them to market in less time,” said Phillip Desimone, CEO at Carbon. “We are excited to provide manufacturing companies with streamlined access to Carbon additive technology through Fictiv’s industry-leading platform and vetted partner network.”

Recently, Fictiv expanded its manufacturing network into Mexico in order to provide its customers with more production options in North America to mitigate the risk of supply chain disruption and deliver fast, on-demand manufacturing services with economical pricing.

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