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Best of the Week in 3D Printing: Carbon, European Investment and 3D Systems

Posted by Ernie Adams on

Every Friday, ThreeD Materials picks 3 of the week's top stories from the world of 3d printing.  Some that we published and some from other news outlets:

1. Carbon Gets $81 Million Investment From BMW, Nikon

After successful early partnerships with a number of industrial clients in the automobile space, the 3d printing company Carbon received a new investment of $81 million.  The new capital is coming from GE Ventures, BMW and Nikon, along with new investment from existing shareholders.

2. European Investment Bank Pours Over $16 Million Into Dutch Darling Ultimaker

The European Investment Bank has signed a EUR 15 million loan agreement with Ultimaker. The money will be used for further research and development for the company, and also for the roll-out of new products.

3. 3D Systems Makes Push to Bring its Technology to Production Lines

The 3D printing industry has had a rough go of it, of late. In a few short years, it’s gone from technology darling to victim of its own industry hype, a move that has had serious implications for some of the industry’s biggest players.

 

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