CF3D® combines the power of composite materials with rapid curing resins to create a moldless, out-of-autoclave (OOA) manufacturing process. With the ability to print both structural and functional fibers into free space, Continuous Composites dares to redefine manufacturing.
A complete technology ecosystem comprised of software, hardware, materials, and motion platforms to harness the power of composites without the constraints of traditional manufacturing. Composite manufacturing is now affordable with limitless design possibilities for part optimization across all industries.
As the most innovative technology in additive manufacturing, CF3D makes 3D printing a viable, end-part manufacturing solution. Manufacturing is now scalable, fast, efficient, and tailorable to the user’s applications. Boundless opportunities enabled by CF3D.
Continuous Composites engineers are teaming up with a local manufacturer to produce reusable N95 masks that could help ease the shortage of protective equipment needed by medical personnel, essential employees and first responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
The groundbreaking 3D printing company uses its technology to join the fight against COVID-19, designing and manufacturing reusable N-95 masks.
Continuous Composites, an Idaho-based company specializing in Continuous Fiber 3D Printing and composite materials, has been selected to participate in the T3 Transition Accelerator program. The accelerator, led by the Wright Brothers Institute in partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).
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