Google Invests Millions in CLIP Technology

REDWOOD CITY, CA, August 20, 2015 – Google Ventures is leading a US$100million Series C investment in Carbon3D Inc, a Silicon Valley based 3D printing company. The reason? Carbon3D’s CLIP technology that makes 3D printing markedly faster, stronger and breaks away from the “layer-cake” technology that is the great weakness of traditional 3D printing methods. Carbon3D’s recently introduced its Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP), promises to advance the industry beyond basic prototyping. CLIP uses a tuneable photochemical process instead […]

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First Designers Day Goes Beyond FDM Printing

Ginkgo3D’s first Designers Day got off to a flying start with an intimate gathering of industry specialists, evangelisers and selected designers with different levels of proficiency. The theme of the gathering: “Going Beyond FDM Printing”. G3D Publisher and Chief Evangeliser Andrew Loh kicked off the event in low key, introducing the Ginkgo3D portal and unveiling the logo to the public for the first time. “You will remember our portal for three things,” said Andrew. “It is a news place, a […]

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Lu Zhen: Student, Teacher, 3D Printing Evangelist

3D printing proponent Lu Zhen aims to bring the technology into the daily lives of everyone. “We wish to bring 3DP products to real life, where everyone can easily customise their belongings with affordable high-end machines at home,” says Lu Zhen, as an intern in Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP). He believes that “3DP is the tool that links the physical world and digital world”. The ability to turn a digital design into real, physical items almost without any […]

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