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Impossible Objects Discussing NPI Automated Manufacturing at APEX 2023

Impossible Objects announced that it will be exhibiting at the 2023 IPC APEX EXPO, scheduled to take place January 24-26, 2023 at the San Diego Convention Center in California. At booth #2902, the company will demonstrate the capabilities of 3D printed composite tools and parts that are typically machined or injection molded.

Impossible Objects’ fast, high-performance, low-labor CBAM process is ideal for NPI projects. Ability to produce inexpensive, complex, high-quality tools for customers in less than a week and up to 10,000 units compared to injection molding. In particular, Impossible Objects enables low-cost prototyping with finished product quality.

In many cases, electronics and other manufacturing process tools can delay projects months and cost tens of thousands of dollars. Impossible Objects automated manufacturing is changing this with sub-week turnaround times, in-house mold design services, and lower pricing than machining regardless of complexity. All this without sacrificing an inch of material properties. Impossible Objects’ carbon fiber–PEEK composite parts can withstand temperatures in excess of 500°F and nearly all caustic manufacturing environments in use today, making them ideal for many tooling applications.

This unique set of properties makes Impossible Objects ideal for NPI.

For more information on Impossible Objects, please visit: www.impossible-objects.com.

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