Impossible Objects LLC

Composite-Based Additive Manufacturing ("CBAM"), a new additive manufacturing technology for making functional parts and tooling of high-performing, fiber-reinforced composites (carbon, aramid, glass).

3455 Commercial Ave.
Northbrook, IL 60062 US

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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

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.

Highlights from AeroDef 2018 aerospace defense manufacturing conference

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.

Model one printer

3D printing startup Impossible Objects raises $6.4 million in funding
Successful pilot program continues for Model One, leveraging Impossible Objects’ unique composite-based additive manufacturing method.

Impossible Objects launches pilot 3D printing machine
Impossible Objects’ composite-based additive manufacturing method (CBAM) enables companies to use a range of composite materials, including carbon fiber, Kevlar and, fiberglass together with PEEK and other high performance polymers.

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.

Product Categories of Impossible Objects LLC

Auxiliary processing equipment, repair equipment, and supplies
  • Additive manufacturing/3D printing systems
    • 3-D printing