Familiar with CBAM?
The 3D printing revolution brought with it many new possibilities. Not only did it enable parts to be manufactured faster and cheaper, but it eliminated the need for traditional tooling and mould, drastically reducing lead times for many manufacturing and rapid prototyping applications.
The emergence of composite-based additive manufacturing technology (CBAM) looks set to further disrupt current 3D printing methods and offer end users a world of new design and production possibilities.
Join Ricoh 3D’s Materials Specialist, Enrico Gallino, and Engineering Manager, Mark Dickin, as they take a deep dive into the world of CBAM and how Ricoh’s partnership with US-based specialist Impossible Objects is offering innovations and design freedom to a wide range of sectors.