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2018 3D Printing Industry Awards winners announced

The 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards brought together the leaders of the additive manufacturing world, academic pioneers and many of the major figures in the 3D printing industry. Now in its second year, the awards are unique in many ways – including the public voting system used to select the winners. Over 150 guests representing […]

2018 3D Printing Industry Awards winners announced

The 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards brought together the leaders of the additive manufacturing world, academic pioneers and many of the major figures in the 3D printing industry. Now in its second year, the awards are unique in many ways – including the public voting system used to select the winners. Over 150 guests representing […]

AMUG 2018 3D Printing Industry preview

Next week 3D Printing Industry will join the leaders, and most importantly the end users, of companies building and applying additive manufacturing technology. The location for the 2018 Additive Manufacturing User Group (AMUG) event is St. Louis, Missouri. Appropriately enough the local airport code is STL. From April 8th to 12th an anticipated 2000 ‘conference’ […]

Markforged to file countersuit against Desktop Metal’s IP infringement allegations

Greg Mark, founder and CEO of composite and metal 3D printer provider Markforged, has issued a statement following the lawsuit filed by competitor company Desktop Metal last week. According to the court filing, Desktop Metal alleges that Markforged has infringed upon intellectual property (IP), and may have undertaken what could be described as industrial espionage. […]

Desktop Metal files alleged IP infringement lawsuit against Markforged

Desktop Metal, the metal 3D printing technology startup with a value of more than $1 billion, has filed a lawsuit against Markforged, Inc. The claims are related to alleged patent infringement, “trade secret misappropriation,” breach of contract and unfair trade practice, for a total of two “Patents in Suit.” The Patents in Suit The Patents in […]

Desktop Metal close new financing round with Ford

Desktop Metal, a 3D printer manufacturer, has received $65 Million in a new funding round led by Ford. The latest financing round follows a successful 2017 for the Burlington Massachusetts based company and brings total funding to $277 Million. In June 2017 the closure of a  series D finance round brought unicorn status to the […]

Desktop Metal ships first Studio System metal 3D printers to Google, Lumineum and Built-Rite

Desktop Metal has announced shipping of their metal 3D printer to early “pioneer” customers. The first metal 3D printing system from Desktop Metal is FFF/FDM based and also includes a debinder and sintering furnace. According to the company it is 10 times less expensive than existing technology today. The Studio System was first announced in […]

BMW, Google Ventures und Lowe’s investieren in 3D-Druck Startup Desktop Metal

Das Metall-3D-Druck Startup Desktop Metal konnte sich in einer Serie C Finanzierungsrunde $ 45 Millionen von Google Ventures, BMW i Ventures und Lowe’s Ventures sichern. Das Unternehmen wird das neue Kapital zur Weiterentwicklung seiner Technologie sowie zur Produktion der 3D-Drucker, rechtzeitig vor der Markteinführung dieses Jahr, einsetzen.  Das 2015 gegründete Unternehmen aus dem US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts hat zwar […]

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Desktop Metal Raises $33.8 Million

By Hermes Bozec

Desktop Metal has raised a massive $33.8 million in a second round of funding that speaks volumes for the company’s aggressive intent. The Lexington-based company already raised $14 million in the first round of funding last October. 3D printing giant Stratasys was one of the first seed funders in a company that did not even have […]

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