Impossible Objects, proudly announces its latest achievement – winning the prestigious 2023 Mexico Technology Award in the category of Additive Manufacturing. This recognition comes on the heels of their ground-breaking innovation: the CBAM 25, a revolutionary composite 3D printing machine that catapults the world of additive manufacturing into the realm of mass production. The award was announced at a ceremony that took place Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023 during the SMTA Guadalajara Expo in Mexico.

Marking a significant leap forward in 3D printing capabilities, the CBAM 25 stands out as a true game-changer. With a remarkable fifteen-fold increase in speed compared to the fastest competition, this cutting-edge machine ushers in a new era for 3D printing. By delivering a level of speed and efficiency that surpasses previous limitations, the CBAM 25 makes large-scale, high-speed 3D printing for mass production an exciting reality.

Commercial availability of the CBAM 25 is anticipated in early 2024, heralding a seismic shift in the way manufacturing processes unfold. This powerful innovation brings 3D printing to volume manufacturing, breaking down barriers and expanding the horizons of what can be achieved with advanced materials, exceptional mechanical properties, and superior tolerances.

The CBAM 25 opens doors for engineers to design parts that are not only stronger but also lighter and more durable. The high-performance composite materials, notably Carbon Fiber PEEK, boast 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 multitude of applications including electronic tooling, aerospace, defense, transportation industries, and beyond.

The Mexico Technology Awards acknowledge the latest innovations available in Mexico produced by OEM manufacturing equipment and materials suppliers during the last 12 months. For more information, visit