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The stakes just got even higher for Desktop Metal. The Boston-area 3D printing startup burst onto the scene last fall with a nearly $14 million initial funding round from high-profile investors NEA, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, Lux Capital, 3D printing giant Stratasys, and others. Investors poured in the money largely based on faith in the startup’s team—with backgrounds at A123 Systems, SolidWorks, Kiva Systems,
As the hype for desktop FDM 3D printing has slowly dwindled over the past year or so, another, more industrial-driven additive manufacturing process has been gaining some much needed traction. Metal 3D printing has now garnered a generous portion of the industry’s attention, as companies like Lexington, Massachusetts-based startup...