Impossible Objects LLC
3455 Commercial Ave.
Northbrook , IL 60062 US
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Impossible Objects printer speeds composite 3D printing
The CBAM-2 3D printing machine combines is said to rapidly produce stronger, lighter high-performance 3D composite parts.
UAMMI, Impossible Objects build composite parts for U.S. Air Force
UAMMI is using Impossible Objects’ composite 3D printing technology to build 3D-printed carbon fiber/thermoplastic replacement parts for defense aircraft.
Impossible Objects partners with BASF for composite 3D printing
The companies announce a partnership for carbon fiber/PA6 composite 3D printing.
SPE ACCE 2018 preview
Mobility composites are expected to draw an international crowd to this annual Motor City gathering.
Drones: Composite UAVs take flight
First seen in defense applications, unpiloted aircraft development is surging in the commercial world, enabled by a host of new material, process and assembly technologies.
Ford to use 3D printers from Impossible Objects
Impossible Objects announced that Ford Motor Company recently purchased two Model One 3D printing machines to be used for research and development.
UAMMI to produce 3D printed parts for Air Force
The Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative has been awarded nearly $1M in federal funds to produce carbon composite additive manufactured parts for the Air Force.
Composites at AeroDef 2018
Highlights from the Aerospace Defense Manufacturing Conference – AeroDef 2018 include new technologies for tooling, drilling/machining and inspection of advanced composites.
3D printed composite parts provide solution for UAV
New technology uses long carbon fibers to boost strength and stiffness for small yet high-performance aircraft.