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June 17, 2019

Ability to Print Wings

Isolated view of continuous carbon fiber airfoil

Continuous Composites’ future opportunities are in no way inferior to those of the large American AM companies. Their CF3D additive technology uses robotics to print in free space making it possible to 3D-print large-format components made of composite materials – wings for aircraft, for example.

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About Continuous Composites

Continuous Composites, established in 2015 and headquartered in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, owns the world's earliest granted patents on Continuous Fiber 3D Printing (CF3D®). Offering the most advanced composites and additive manufacturing solution, CF3D® redefines mainstream manufacturing. The CF3D® process leverages the power of composite materials with a 3D printing process to reduce the high cost, long lead times, and design constraints found in traditional manufacturing. CF3D® elevates the use of composites by bringing tailorable, snap curing thermoset materials solutions to new applications.

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