3D Printing with CLIP (DLS) Technology

Discover the CLIP (DLS) 3D printing technology and its wide-range of 3D printing materials!

What is CLIP (DLS) 3D printing technology?

This resin 3D printing technology has been developed by Carbon. CLIP, which stands for Continuous Liquid Interface Production, eliminates shortcomings of other 3D printing technology by emphasizing a tunable photochemical process over a traditional mechanical approach.

CLIP works by projecting a continuous sequence of UV images, generated by a digital light projector, through an oxygen-permeable, UV-transparent window below a liquid resin bath. The dead zone created above the window maintains a liquid interface below the part. Above the dead zone, the curing part is drawn out of the resin bath.

Why choose CLIP (DLS) 3D printing technology?

Carbon’s materials were designed to meet common engineering requirements – from the elongation and resilience expected of an injection molded polyurethane elastomer to highly elastic Flexible Polyurethane, and many more.

Six materials

We offer you the opportunity to choose among six materials using the CLIP (DLS) technology.


Various applications

From automotive to consumer products, CLIP (DLS) technology offers you a lot of possiblities.


Carbon is creating biocompatible resin materials, particularly useful for your medical projects

On-demand CLIP (DLS) 3D Printing Service

Sculpteo provides you the best online 3D Printing Services for your resin parts. Thanks to our expertise in CLIP (DLS) technology, you can choose between several options, instantly receive a quote, and let us handle the manufacturing in our ISO 9001 certified factory.

Start using CLIP (DLS) today by uploading a 3D file.

Which applications are best suited to CLIP (DLS) 3D Printing?

Carbon’s CLIP-based technology combines the engineering-grade properties of thermoplastics with exceptional resolution and surface finish. It makes a range of features and applications possible for industries as varied as automotive, medical and consumer electronics. Biocompatible materials created thanks to the continuous liquid interface production are well used in the medical industry. 

Some 3D printing materials such as rigid polyurethane or elastomeric polyurethane have great mechanical properties and can be used for many different applications.

CLIP (DLS) 3D Printing Materials

On our online 3D printing service, you can now order six materials produced with CLIP (DLS) 3D printers. Discover the range of materials right now!