Kodak to Develop Faster 3D Printing Technology

Eastman Kodak is on target to develop 3D technologies that will allow objects to be printed in minutes, rather than hours.

The iconic imaging company has partnered with Carbon 3D to develop Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology for 3D printing.

CLIP is said to be 25 to 100 times faster than conventional 3D printing – producing a particular object in just six minutes, compared to 3 hours for polyjet 3D printing, 3.5 hours for SLS printing, and 11.5 hours for SLA 3D printing.

The partnership aligns Carbon’s material-development capabilities with Kodak’s standing experience in material-formulation and integration into complex systems.

Dr. Joseph DeSimone, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbon commented: “This collaboration further proves our dedication to the development of breakthrough additive materials.”

Kodak’s CEO, Jeff Clarke, said, “Together, Carbon and Kodak are well positioned to develop and expand market opportunities for CLIP-based additive manufacturing. Kodak is a world leader in materials development and we are excited to be working with an innovative and progressive company like Carbon.”

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