|Material||Thermoplastics > High-performance (PEEK, Ultem...), Continuous fibers|
|Topic||Composite AM, Continuous fiber, High-performance|
|Build size||305 × 305 × 102 mm12.01 × 12.01 × 4.02 in|
Impossible Objects CBAM-2 overview
Launched in 2019, this US-based company’s industrial machine uses thermoplastic powders combined with sheets of carbon fiber or fiberglass. CBAM stands for Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing and is a combination of lamination and binder jetting.
First, an inkjet print head deposits a liquid onto a sheet of woven fiber, in the particular layer’s shape (e.g. circle). Then, a layer of polymer powder is deposited onto the sheet. The powder sticks to the areas where the liquid was deposited. After that, the dry, leftover powder is swept off. The stacked layers are then heated and compressed to leave the final part.
Impossible Objects CBAM-2 price
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