Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the year following the exactment of the Inflation Reduction Act and the CHIPS and Science Act, specifically manufacturing projects in clean teach.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss how US federal funding is fueling heat pump innovation, and how Trane, Texas A&M, and Purdue University are leading the way.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss how US states are bolstering new federal clean energy and chips incentives with incentives of their own.
For the development of materials and manufacturing to lower the costs of large wind turbines.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the incredible growth and recent acquisitions of Nano Dimension.
The Hangprinter project seems to have been ripped off by a U.S. government contractor.
Seurat announced a major funding round for their incredible metal 3D printing technology. We found out a lot more about their incredible Area Printing process.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how new U.S. government funding may affect use of 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the implications of an investment firm’s unusual relocation.
The Blender Foundation announced that Apple has joined their development fund.
Inkbit announced a massive US$30M investment.
California-based Mighty Buildings announced a new investment round of US$22M.
Industry and academia team up in Ireland for a high-tech approach to fighting drug smuggling.
Venture funds and other cash-laden investors are on track to make a record US$100B in startup investments.
Authentise has been awarded a grant from the EU’s Horizon 2020 program to assist with their integration of nebumind.
3YOURMIND announced they’ve received a massive investment of US$12.4M.
Another day, another significant additive manufacturing investment.
A significant Series B funding is set to drive Fortify’s next steps in reinforced 3D printing.
Wematter announced they’ve raised a large amount of investment that should enable them to grow significantly.
Freeform Injection Molding company AddiFab has announced a $6.3 million investment round and an expansive new headquarters.
Senvol announced new investment coming from the US military.
Fictiv announced yet another massive investment into their manufacturing network.
Redefine Meat has scored a whopper of an investment with a new Series A round.
Triditive Additive Manufacturing has closed a major investment round.
Oqton announced it has raised a massive US$40M from investors.
Construction 3D printing company Branch Technology has raised $11 million.
Nano Dimension seems to have raised a massive US$50M.
Dutch industrial automation company AM-Flow closed a $4 million Series A round that poises them to accelerate AI-based solutions for 3D printing production lines.
The MAAM program intends to commercialize the world’s largest additive manufacturing machine for the production of large parts to be used in industry and for defense.
Software company nTopology has announced a hefty Series C funding round set to accelerate its offerings of engineering design tools for advanced manufacturing.
Xometry has announced a massive new equity funding round, bringing in another $75 million.
3D printing funding is looking down in the mouth today as LightForce Orthodontics announces a $14 million Series B round.
High-throughput 3D printing company Azul 3D recently announced a notable seed funding round.
Construction 3D printing company ICON recently announced a $35 million Series A funding round, underscoring a bright future for the technology.
German additive manufacturing post-processing company DyeMansion has closed a $14 million Series B funding round.
BCN3D has announced a new funding round that should have interesting implications on future innovations for the desktop 3D printing company.
Crowdfunding ventures for 3D printers seem to have transformed significantly in the past few years, and a recent event is the first of many to come.
Medical point-of-care 3D printing gets a boost through a multi-million-euro investment.
Additive Industries is looking ahead to its next steps with a major investment and an executive-level changeover.
Two 3D printing companies have announced significant funding this week — and both bill DSM Venturing as a leader in their rounds.
Dental 3D printing company Structo has closed a funding round that includes government-linked investment.
Relativity Space announced a major funding round, bringing its fully 3D printed rockets closer to an out-of-this-world reality.
If you invest in 3D print companies, how do you find them? Opportunities are scarce, yet additive manufacturing companies need investment.
Why do some 3D print services require so much investment? We analyzed the situation facing metal additive manufacturing services.
San Francisco-based biotechnology company Prellis Biologics has raised $8.7M in a Series A funding round. Holographic bioprinting is leading to new milestones and steps forward in 3D printed tissue and organs.
Fortify has announced a successful Series A round, raising $10 million, readying the company for growth in high-strength composite 3D printing.
Impossible Objects has been busy with growing interest in its composite based additive manufacturing (CBAM) process.
AstroPrinthas successfully raised US$1M investment round.
Xometry has announced $50 million in equity funding.
Sex tech company Lora DiCarlo has some good news.
Carbon announced they’re acquiring more cash through a Series E funding round.
Chicago-based Fast Radius has announced a $48 million Series B funding round set to expand its additive manufacturing platform.
We haven’t heard much from MakerOS over the past couple of years, but they have big news today.
A new player in the field is going to be a very big deal for additive manufacturing.
Barcelona-based desktop 3D printer manufacturer BCN3D has announced a $3 million funding.
Boston-based Markforged has announced an $82 million Series D funding round.
3D printing is as lucrative as it has ever been, with various industries harnessing the technology to further improve our lives.
Charles Goulding and Rafaella July look into 3D printing as part of the 21st Century Cares Act.
A $160 million investment brings Desktop Metal’s combined funding to $438 million.
Boston-based Fortify has announced a $2.5 million strategic funding round set to advance its Digital Composite Manufacturing (DCM) process for strong 3D printing.
DyeMansion has secured $5 million in Series A funding.
Startup BeeHex has raised USD$1M to continue development of its pizza printing machine, the Chef 3D.
Tiko 3D announced yesterday that they’ve placed the company “on standby”, effectively ending their project.
Recently there have been numerous and spectacular 3D printing failures. Can they be avoided?
It appears that yet another 3D print-related Kickstarter campaign is struggling: 3D Simo.
To the surprise of few, the highly controversial NexD1 desktop 3D printer project was suspended permanently by Kickstarter last night.
After observing a number of 3D printer crowdfunding fails, there seems to be an effect you should be aware of.
Another desktop 3D printer startup continues to evaporate away, leaving some customers without funds.