Printing Money Episode 2: Notable Recent VC Activity in Additive Manufacturing

So many 3D printing companies rely on venture capital (VC) to fund development and growth plans, so the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was a huge shock to the additive manufacturing industry. In this episode of “Printing Money,” we discuss how the news relates to some recent significant VC announcements: Fabric8Labs raising its Series B, plus another application-centric company Sakuu announcing the potential for a SPAC, Zeda Inc.’s series B, Freeform coming out of stealth, and Hexagon’s investment in Divergent Technologies.

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