Carbon M1 Super Fast 3D Printer Demo!

Carbon M1 Super Fast 3D Printer Demo!



Watch this complex object get 3D printed in less than 15 minutes. Sean and Norm visit Carbon, the makers of the M1 3D printer, to get a demo of this new super fast 3D printing technology working in real-time. We chat with Carbon's VP of Product, Kirk Phelps, to learn how the CLIP 3D printing tech works, and why it's more than just about really fast prints.

Shot and edited by Joey Fameli
Music by Jinglepunks

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49 Responses to "Carbon M1 Super Fast 3D Printer Demo!"

  1. Any part of the video: "I love how you ask these guestions but really Light and Oxygen and molecular chemistry. Also we live at the intersection of harware, software and chemistry."

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  2. I bet in the future, 3D printers will cost like 20 bucks.

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  3. Richard Halter9 March 2017 at 03:53

    So the fact that the light hits the bottom of the liquid which by its nature is blocked from the air around it by the liquid above it should be obvious. If there is anything more going on here then okay, bur really that's all they've done.

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  4. So when can I print my AK Plasma Rifle?

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  5. blah blah blah oxygen and light blah blah blah efficient blah blah blah balance between light and oxygen blah blah,,,,,,,,,[pathetic same simple print to show case. wasted my time]

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  6. AI combined with this technology will will takeover the world. Sarah Connor?

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  7. gabriell lundstrøm9 March 2017 at 03:53

    just repeat everything so he dosent need to tell us how it works

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  8. Adriana Sánchez Hérnandez9 March 2017 at 03:53

    Do you think you can use biomaterials in this kind of technology?

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  9. 24:30 Horrible work environment. How could you keep your focus in a hen house like that?

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  10. He won't be driving a 2006 Toyota Matrix for much longer

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  11. any one have one of these I need a part made

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  12. Would it be possible to use a clear bowl, with a clear resin?

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  13. John C. Saccomandi III9 March 2017 at 03:53

    xXxLiGhTaNdOXyGeNxXx

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  14. I'll believe it when I see it

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  15. "How do you deal with X?"
    "Light and oxygen makes X, and we have an expert team that lives at the intersection..."

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  16. I liked the part when he said light and oxygen.

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  17. Somthing I learned from this video for my life: light + oxygen = plastic thing

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  18. I like the part when he says light and oxygen

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  19. I LOVE it.

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  20. I need light and oxygen to watch this. along with precise engineering.

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  21. What is the maximum size of tray..... i.e could it be used to 3D print a house... or is it limited to the scale in this clip?

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  22. Anyone else thinking of the Toy Soldiers movie fabrication process?

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  23. The way this uses oxygen is already old news so I dont know why he was so secretive about it.

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  24. Arran Mac Gabhann9 March 2017 at 03:53

    Is that a MAGA hat in the background? Oh dear.

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  25. Kaiju Molester9 March 2017 at 03:53

    wtf is on his neck? hickeys? a disease?

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  26. Money works her diversity search elite plain long-term Jewish job.

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  27. deatknight Power9 March 2017 at 03:53

    hmm, can they make that thing larger then they can make building quicker ? ( fantasy ) xD

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  28. Danilo Souza Moraes9 March 2017 at 03:53

    light and what else?

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  29. 1:55 I don't want to buy it now! I wonder if any of the chemicals splashed on his neck....

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  30. imagine 200 years in the future when intelligent anno printers that continue to replicate themselves from the surrounding materials with just a thought from you.....

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  31. 4spartan 5spartan9 March 2017 at 03:53

    this is some pretty amazing shit

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  32. Christopher Chamberlain9 March 2017 at 03:53

    light and oxygen

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  33. Artem Synytsia9 March 2017 at 03:53

    wtf is he saying?

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  34. Does that man have shingles? I'm surprised he could get through this interview with that rash crawling up his neck.

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  35. siddharth rawat9 March 2017 at 03:53

    I am just marketing it, goddammit........

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  36. MockingBirdthewizard9 March 2017 at 03:53

    amature grade marketing video. :-P

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  37. So... do you use oxygen and light to make resin into stuff?

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  38. resin, light, oxyen....

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  39. Sanji Armstrong9 March 2017 at 03:53

    this needs to be used for the food making 3D printer because that speed would work with the candy's and such

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  40. this jap needs to go away he looks so stupid XD always say the same thing the guy said give up and let adam do more videos

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  41. awesome think..

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  42. What the actual fuck?
    It projects an image at the bottom of the liquid vat of resin, then it "somehow" 3d prints that projection up.
    I need more specific information on how the hell this works, because right now it just sounds like alien tech to me.

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  43. TheForgottenWolf9 March 2017 at 03:53

    Okay.. So they say "We learned to control the oxygen." but in reality, They're just making the polymer harden while it is still submerged in the puddle, Preventing oxygen from actually touching anything until its already hardened.

    While my knowledge on 3D printing is limited, This design poses a couple problems. What do you do if you don't put in enough resin to complete the print, Will adding more resin do any damage to the object since its causing fluctuations in the printing medium? The other issue I see is that you can only do one color type at a time and cannot change colors midway through the build.

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  44. come on give us a closer look at the product!!

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  45. hello, do you have a contact? We wanna consult about the advertisement of our 3D printer.

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  46. I think the projection to a flat surface of the image has something to do with the Fourier transform. So this must be the thing he is trying to hide? :)

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  47. debendra gurung9 March 2017 at 03:53

    holy smoke, just imagining this in  large scale.

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