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Carbon 3D teeth

Carbon can 3D print customized dental products. These were made of two materials later glued together.

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Carbon 3D L1 printers

Carbon's new L1 printers are used to make things like Adidas running shoe midsoles and custom-shaped shock absorbers for Riddell football helmets.

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Carbon 3D Riddell helmet

Carbon builds a shock-absorbing lattice inside these Ridell professional football helmets. They're custom-fit to each player and weigh about a half pound less than traditional helmets, the company says.

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Carbon 3D helmet interior

The underside of this Riddell helmet shoes the Carbon-made lattice used to absorb shock.

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Carbon 3D pump

This part of a Carbon-printed water pump is more complex than is possible to manufacture with injection molding processes, the company says.

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Carbon 3D historical printers

A history of Carbon prototypes. At right are "Donnie" and "Leo," models used to persuade investors to fund the startup's second round of funding.

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Carbon 3D Adidas midsole

Carbon 3D prints these springy, lightweight lattices used in Adidas running shoes.

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Carbon 3D bracket for Ford Mustang

This Carbon-built bracket, while unspectacular, is used inside Ford Mustangs. 3D printing enables lighter parts than are possible with metal manufacturing.

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Carbon 3D L1 printers

Carbon's L1 printer can create a lightweight, springy midsole for an Adidas running shoe in less than a half hour.

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Carbon 3D resin

A big vat of resin for Carbon's printers rests in the company's Redwood City, California, headquarters.

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