Category Archives: Jeff Immelt

Another 3D printing Unicorn as Formlabs reaches $1 billion valuation, adds former GE CEO to board

SLA and SLS 3D printer developer and manufacturer Formlabs announced that it has raised a further $15 million in funding, attaining a $1 billion valuation. The round was led by technology and healthcare venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates (NEA), and brings the company’s total money raised to date to $100 million. Dayna Grayson, who led NEA’s […]

Neue Förderrunde: Formlabs wird zum „Einhorn“

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Der 3D-Drucker-Hersteller Formlabs gab den Abschluss einer neuen Förderrunde bekannt. Die Venture-Capital-Firma New Enterprise Associates (NEA) investierte 15 Millionen Dollar in das Unternehmen. Das steigert den Wert von Formlabs auf 1 Milliarde Dollar und macht es somit zu einem sogenannten „Einhorn“. Formlabs wurde 2011 am MIT-Campus gegründet und konnte seither massiv wachsen. Mittlerweile hat das [...]

Der Beitrag Neue Förderrunde: Formlabs wird zum „Einhorn“ erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

Desktop Metal welcomes former General Electric CEO to Board of Directors

Desktop Metal, a Burlington, Massachusetts based metal 3D printer manufacturer, has announced that the former Chairman and CEO of the General Electric Company, Jeffrey Immelt will join the company’s Board of Directors. Immelt joined GE in 1982, fresh from an MBA at Harvard. In 2001, Immelt succeeded Jack Welch as CEO of GE. Of today’s […]

3D Printing is Taking Center Stage at GE

(MotleyFool) General Electric could be a valuable case study for those curious about how 3D printing will usher in the so-called “next industrial revolution.” The transition from prototyping to parts to processes will take time to unfold, but GE’s already pushing the envelope by integrating 3D printing into a new era of manufacturing. GE believes 3D printing should go hand-in-hand with other technologies to bring its concept of “advanced manufacturing” to life. In GE’s factory of the future, 3D printing could touch every step of the production process, and this manufacturing revolution could arrive sooner than you think. The 3D printing revolution won’t happen overnight. In GE’s factories in Cincinatti, Louisville and Greenville, however, it’s already starting to take root.

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