CBAM 25 Industrial 3D Printers
Making the World. FASTER.

Composite Parts

Carbon Fiber Nylon 12, Carbon Fiber PEEK, Fiberglass Nylon 12, Fiberglass PEEK and more

1,600% FASTER
Carbon fiber 3D Printing

Composite Based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM) is 3D Printing at Scale

The World's Fastest Industrial 3D Printer

Introducing the CBAM 25 from Impossible Objects.

CBAM 25 Engineered and Designed to Scale Additive Manufacturing into Industrial Settings

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CBAM 25 - Industrial 3D Printing

Industrial 3D Printing
16x Faster than Market Competition

Composite Based additive manufacturing (CBAM) is the world’s fastest 3D printing technology and process. The CBAM 25 prints at 25 feet per minute and produces parts 16X faster with better dimensional accuracy than any technology in the market.

Industrial-grade high-performance, composite materials, such as carbon fiber PEEK, the CBAM 25 produces parts with better strength-to-weight ratios compared to aluminum and better temperature performance than conventional materials.

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Carbon Fiber/PEEK and Other Advanced 3D Printing Materials for Prototyping and End-Use

By developing a completely new additive manufacturing process, Impossible Objects unlocked new composite material capabilities and combinations.

Our carbon fiber and fiberglass composites with PEEK polymers offer excellent strength-to-weight ratios, making it ideal for a variety of applications.

  • High Heat Performance 350° C
  • High Dimensional Accuracy to 100 Microns
  • Tensile Strength 140 MPa
  • Chemical Resistant
  • UL 94V-0 Flame Resistance Certified
  • No Shrinkage or Warpage
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3D Printing Materials
Carbon Fiber PEEK 350C Heat Resistance

Award Winning Industrial 3D Printing Technology
Composite Based Additive Manufacturing (CBAM)

How do CBAM 25 industrial 3D printers produce high-performance composite parts without tooling or messy resins?

Step 1: 3D Printing Process - Multi step visual diagram of CBAM industrial 3D printing.Step 2: Heat and Press - Composite sheets are stacked then heated to the melting point of the polymer and compressed consolidate the part to the designed height. Step 3: Material Removal - Through a mechanical or chemical process, un-bonded portions of sheet fibers are removed, revealing the final part.Final Step: High performance composite parts, stronger, lighter, tougher.

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Composite 3D Printed Parts using Carbon Fiber/PEEK

Rivaling Mass Manufacturing Speeds

“The world is made out of things and with the CBAM 25 we
are changing how things are made. The CBAM 25 is the
world’s fastest printer and we are entering a new era of 3D
printing with nearly unlimited material options and the
speed of true mass production.”

Bob Swartz
Founder and Chairman of the Board

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