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Adaptive Manufacturing: Earlens case study

Adaptive manufacturing is an unprecedented and a completely novel concept. Historically, manufacturing has been a very physical process, and production scale-up often requires process optimizations on physical equipment and underlying processes. These adjustments are typically labor and time intensive, representing a significant component of total manufacturing cost. Carbon is at the forefront of a novel software-based adaptive manufacturing movement and is building entirely new capabilities to dramatically decrease the total cost and time required for manufacturing process optimizations. Catalyzed by Carbon’s unique ability to fine-tune the 3D Manufacturing process leveraging over-the-air (OTA) software updates on cloud-connected printers, Carbon is fundamentally changing how medical device companies and other manufacturers make products.


STRATASYS TEAMS WITH DASSAULT SYSTÈMES AND INDUSTRY VISIONARY EASTON LACHAPPELLE FOR MAJOR 3D PRINTING, PROSTHETICS INITIATIVE

  • Companies named exclusive 3D printing and 3D design/engineering partners of Unlimited Tomorrow – at SOLIDWORKS World 2018
  • Backed by the power of Indiegogo’s crowdfunding platform, socially-aware campaign enriches young lives with custom, light-weight 3D printed arms

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