Impossible Objects proudly announces plans to exhibit in Hall A3, Stand 120 at productronica 2023, scheduled to take place Nov. 14-17, 2023 at the Messe München in Munich, Germany. The focus of this exhibition is the game-changing CBAM-25 3D printer, representing a revolution in additive manufacturing technology, alongside Impossible Objects’ ongoing mission to be a premier tooling supplier to the global electronics manufacturing community.

CBAM-25: Ushering in the Future of 3D Printing

Impossible Objects’ CBAM-25 3D printer marks a monumental leap forward in additive manufacturing capabilities. Setting new industry standards, this cutting-edge machine stands out as a true game-changer, boasting a remarkable fifteen-fold increase in speed compared to the fastest competition. With the CBAM-25, a new era dawns for 3D printing, one characterized by unprecedented speed and efficiency that shatters previous limitations.

The commercial availability of the CBAM-25 is expected in early 2024, heralding a seismic shift in manufacturing processes. This groundbreaking innovation brings 3D printing to the forefront of volume manufacturing, tearing down barriers and expanding the horizons of what can be achieved with advanced materials, exceptional mechanical properties, and superior tolerances.

Revolutionizing Design and Manufacturing

The CBAM-25 opens doors for engineers to design parts that are not only stronger but also lighter and more durable. Its high-performance composite materials, notably Carbon Fiber PEEK, offer remarkable chemical and temperature resistance, along with mechanical properties that surpass those of many engineering plastics. Carbon Fiber PEEK components have proven to be an exceptional alternative for a wide range of applications, including electronic tooling, aerospace, defense, transportation industries, and beyond.

“Our innovative 3D printer represents a quantum leap in additive manufacturing technology, enabling engineers and manufacturers to achieve feats previously considered impossible,” says Robert Swartz, Founder and Chairman of the Board at Impossible Objects. “We are also committed to serving the global electronics manufacturing community as a premier tooling supplier, providing cutting-edge solutions for their evolving needs.”

Experience the future of 3D printing and discover how Impossible Objects is redefining the boundaries of design and manufacturing. Visit Impossible Objects at productronica 2023, booth A3 120.

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About Impossible Objects

Impossible Objects, a 3D printer and materials company, was founded with the belief that materials science inventions would enable 3D printing to revolutionize the world in the same ways computers and the internet have revolutionized the way we live, work and play. Impossible Object’s CBAM technology combines the production rate of conventional manufacturing with the design flexibility of 3D printing to create high-performance materials at break-neck speeds. These advanced composite materials are lightweight, strong and ideal for a range of industrial applications. By removing the barriers, we’ve unlocked new opportunities to reshape and rethink manufacturing. Learn more at