Wyoming’s Ramaco Carbon will use Carbon 3D printers to make cars from coal

Wyoming's Ramaco Carbon will use Carbon 3D printers to make cars from coal

Ramaco Carbon, a coal producer based in Sheridan, Wyoming, has partnered with Silicon Valley 3D printing company Carbon, formerly Carbon 3D. As part of the deal, Ramaco will produce products and parts for third parties using high-speed Carbon 3D printers. With its proprietary CLIP technology, a breakthrough 3D printing process that uses DLP, oxygen-permeable optics, and programmable liquid resins, Silicon Valley company Carbon is one of the most exciting players in the 3D printing game. Just a few weeks ago, Carbon announced it had raised $200 million in Series D funding in order to scale its 3D printing operations […]

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