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30th May 2017, Northbrook, IL

Impossible Objects wins 2017 RAPID + TCT Innovation Award

Impossible Objects’ composite-based additive manufacturing method (CBAM) enables companies to use a range of composite materials. © Impossible ObjectsImpossible Objects’ Model One 3D printer has been named the winner of the RAPID + TCT Innovation Award for 2017. Exhibiting its Model One printer for the first time, Impossible Objects was chosen out of other 3D printing companies and experts who showcased their products and ideas at RAPID. According to the manufacturer, the Model One printer will enable companies to create stronger parts, using a wider range of high-quality materials, faster and at scale.

The RAPID + TCT Innovation Award recognises the new product or service exhibited that will have the most impact on the industry. A committee made of up members of SME, a society of manufacturing professionals, and independent industry experts served as judges and determined Impossible Objects’ technology to be the most innovative.

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