When it comes to 3D printing there are not many options to 3D print composite materials in a way that retains the strength. However, a new process called Carbon Based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM) has recently been developed that may change all that. Our team at UAMMI has acquired a CBAM printer from Impossible Objects and is using this ground breaking  technology to produce complex, light weight, and strong parts for ElectraFly, a Utah based personal aircraft company.

UAMMI engineer Devin Young and Electrafly’s founder John Manning recently made a video explaining the CBAM process and how it’s being used to make lightweight aircraft parts. Click the link below to watch this fascinating video!

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