Orbital Composites, Inc.
1725 Rogers Ave.
San Jose , CA 95112 US
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Orbital Composites introduces Orb 1 industrial-grade robot 3D printer
Controlled by Orbital Composites’ proprietary Orb OS software, the operating system allows users to easily print end-use thermoplastic composite parts from CAD files.
CAMX Additive Manufacturing Workshop speaker: Orbital Composites
The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Composites at CAMX (Anaheim, Calif., U.S.) will take place on September 25 and will explore the evolution of 3D printing technology and fiber reinforcement.
CAMX to host Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Composites
Co-located with CAMX, the event explores the connection between AM and continuous fiber reinforcement.
Moving continuous-fiber 3D printing into production
With patents proliferating and production applications emerging, 3D printing with continuous fiber reinforcement is poised for significant market growth.
People on the Move: June 2018
CW’s monthly roundup of people on the move in the composites industry.
3D printing composites with continuous fiber
New composite manufacturing technology for multimaterial, multifunctional composite structures.
3D-printed composite wind blades and aircraft, closer than you think
Orbital Composites’ patented coaxial extrusion process is investigated at Airbus subsidiary CTC GmbH Stade and spins off advances in speed, scale, materials and multifunctionality as it aims for very large structures.
Live from 2017 Carbon Fiber conference
Automation, 3D printing and thermoplastics herald a new future for carbon fiber composites.