3D Printed Composites – Faster and Stronger

The first composite-based additive manufacturing method (CBAM) using fabrics of Carbon Fiber, Kevlar, Fiberglass and more. 3D printing that is stronger and faster than conventional technologies. We make strong functional parts.

CBAM in The Wall Street Journal

Debut of CBAM prototype machine as filmed and published by the Wall Street Journal.

© 2016 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

Benefits & Features

  • Freedom of Design

    Produce part geometries previously not possible for fiber-reinforced composites

    Freedom of Design
  • Strong Yet Lightweight

    Improved fuel efficiency due to lighter parts and payloads

    Strong Yet Lightweight
  • No Tooling Costs

    Time and cost savings by eliminating the need for tooling

    No Tooling Costs
  • Rapid Production

    Rapid production of lower volume end use parts

    Rapid Production
  • Customization

    Customization at no additional cost

    Customization
  • Durability

    Temperature and impact resistant parts

    Durability

Faster Build Speeds

Faster than other additive manufacturing technologies as well as traditional composite lay-up and subtractive fabrication techniques.

Stronger Parts

Nearly 10x stronger mechanical properties than other additive manufacturing technologies such as SLS, FDM and SLA.

Wider Range of Materials

Uses a wide variety of fiber materials and polymers, while requiring no special formulations.

Our Work

  • Propellers

    Aviation

    Propellers

    UAV Functional Parts

    (includes additional finishing)

  • Cold Air Intake

    Automotive

    Cold Air Intake

    Automotive part

    (includes additional finishing)

  • Drone Rotor Support Arm

    Aviation

    Drone Rotor Support Arm

    Carbon fiber composite with zinc-teflon coating

  • Airfoil

    Automotive

    Airfoil

    Complex geometry with integral honeycomb

  • Clevis Strut

    Aerospace

    Clevis Strut

    Prototype spacecraft structure

  • Fastener

    Industrial

    Fastener

    Bolt and nut with printed threading

Technology

Industries

Healthcare

Healthcare

Aviation

Aviation

Automotive

Automotive

Marine

Marine

Industrial

Industrial

Athletics

Athletics

Aerospace

Aerospace

Robotics

Robotics

  • “The development of an automated, low-cost composite additive manufacturing system could revolutionize the U.S. composite tool and composite end user parts industries. Impossible Objects’ CBAM technology has the potential to revolutionize this market.”

    Lonnie Love, Ph.D.

    Group Leader, Automation, Robotics and Manufacturing at
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Contact

Impossible Objects

3386 Commercial Avenue
Northbrook, IL 60062

847 400-9582 Main
844 8-3DPRINT (844 833-7746) Toll Free

info@impossible-objects.com