Carbon’s L1 large footprint printer now on open market, already making an impact

Published 01 February 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, manufacture, football, usa, carbon, sports, carbon3d

Carbon has officially unveiled its L1 3D printer, designed specifically for immediate, high-volume production with 10-times the build area of the its first production 3D printer the M1.

This is the same type of 3D printer that has been churning out thousands of Adidas Futurecraft midsoles, and US sports brand Riddell have joined them, using Carbon technology to produce custom American Football helmet liners.

Riddell’s SpeedFlex Precision Diamond is the first piece of its sports equipment to feature a digitally manufactured helmet liner, printed in a flexible custom elastomer resin, with an entire helmet liner’s 7 parts fitting on one build platform.

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