Your idea for $300 million’s 3D printing competition.
According to Burlington-based Desktop Metal’s CEO Ric Fulop,
“Together, Desktop Metal and EnvisionTEC have an opportunity to shape the future … and transform how parts are made around the world.”
This entry was posted in 3D Printing challenges, Real estate., 3D Printing companies., 3D printing industry growth and stocks., A forum for 3D printing experts., SV3DPrinter.com policy. and tagged 3D printing competition for $300 million, Desktop Metal, EnvisionTec, Ric Fulop.
Desktop Metal is the fastest 3d printing technology for mass production. They can deliver thousands of parts every day.
Co-founder, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Desktop Metal, Ric Fulop said, “We are at a major inflection point in the adoption of additive manufacturing, and Desktop Metal is leading the way in this transformation
our solutions are designed for both massive throughput and ease of use, enabling organizations of all sizes to make parts faster, more cost-effectively, and with higher levels of complexity and sustainability than ever before. We are energized to make our
debut as a publicly-traded company and begin our partnership with Trine, which will provide the
resources to accelerate our go-to-market efforts and enhance our relentless efforts in R&D.”
This entry was posted in 3D Printing companies., 3D Printing industry news., 3D Printing services., SV3DPrinter.com policy. and tagged Creating the Only Listed Pure-Play Additive Manufacturing 2.0 Company, Desktop Metal is the fastest 3d printing technology 3D Printing go public, Desktop Metal to Become Public, Desktop Metal to go public through blank check company at $2.5 bln valuation, Ric Fulop.