Continuous Composites partners with NOVA of Saint Gobain

Idaho-based Continuous Composites announces their partnership with NOVA – a venture arm of Saint-Gobain. This provides Continuous Composites with the opportunity to commercialize their patented Continuous Fiber 3D Printing (CF3D) technology.

Continuous Composites wants to advance additive manufacturing with their work in composite materials. Their CF3D combines high-performing composite materials with rapid curing thermoset resins to create complex parts on demand. Continuous Composites recognized that traditional 3D printing was burdened by weak materials and slow print speeds. They redesigned the system, creating an option that is automated, scalable, and cost effective.

Saint-Gobain, one of the world’s oldest companies, currently focuses on construction and materials. Their investment opens Continuous Composites up to a massive pool of resources and connections with experts worldwide.

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