Digital Alloys Receives $5 Million in Funding for Multi-Material Metal 3D Printer

Published by , March 10, 2017 1:09 pm

(3Ders.org)  Digital Alloys, a spinout from the NVLabs division of New Valence Robotics (NVBOTS), based in Burlington, MA, has announced a $5 million Series A financing led by Khosla Ventures. Digital Alloys 3D printers will be able to mix multiple metals in a solid part.
Instead of metal powders, Digital Alloys 3D printers will use metal wire—not unlike plastic filament in appearance and function—as a 3D printing material. This means that the metal can be fed into the printer and extruded from above, just like an FDM 3D printer, introducing the possibility of adding multiple print heads and multimaterial capabilities.

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