Case study: Carbon launches the M1 3D printer to much fanfare, but fails to disrupt the industry

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3D printing start-up Carbon (formerly Carbon3D) recently launched its first commercial offering: a printer, dubbed the M1, and a range of resins for it targeted at prototyping and low-volume manufacturing applications. Carbon has been the hottest new start-up in the 3D printing space ...

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