Are there any direct competitors to Carbon3D, specifically companies working on Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology?
The CLIP technology basically forms parts from a liquid pool, pulling up the growing part from the pool, UV light curing from the bottom, O2 permeability of the bottom table assuring a dead zone in the bottom of the part. http://carbon3d.com/
Hello 3d printing world! Carbon3D based in Northern California has developed a new 3d printing technology called CLIP. Highlights are: 25 to 100 times faster. No layers since it is a continuous process, mechanical improvement to parts.(no peeling step) More material variety. Definitely one step closer to producing more than prototypes. They haven't determined a pricing yet.