Carbon is a Silicon Valley-based company working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science to provide tools for 3D manufacturing. The company aims to empower its customers and partners to evolve beyond using 3D printing for basic prototyping to producing at scale by changing how they design, engineer, make and deliver their products.
Carbon develops SpeedCell, a system of connected 3D manufacturing unit operations that, according to the company, enables repeatable production of end-use parts at any scale. Carbon also produces 3D printers and the automated Smart Part Washer that the company states allow a range of industries to design, engineer, make, and deliver end-use parts with one common manufacturing workflow. Carbon also manufactures the rigid polyurethane that is used across a range of industries (including consumer products, automotive, and industrial), and flexible polyurethane, elastomeric polyurethane, cyanate esters, epoxies, and urethane methacrylate. Carbon offers support and consulting services related to its products and services.
Joseph DeSimone founded Carbon in 2013, with its headquarters in Redwood City, California.
*Based on Preferred Stock Price, Carbon does not have a stock symbol since it is currently private and is yet to have an IPO.
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