Financing for Digital Alloys from Boeing, Lincoln Electric and G20 VenturesAugust 13, 2018
Digital Alloys, Inc., Burlington MA, provider of metal additive manufacturing technology, has announced a $12.9M Series B financing led by G20 Ventures, Boston, MA, and joined by Boeing HorizonX Ventures, Chicago, IL and Lincoln Electric, Cleveland, OH. Digital Alloys’ Joule Printing technology uses wire feedstock and high deposition rates to print the hard metal parts fast and at a low cost. Initial applications include production of conformally cooled tools for the automotive and consumer products industries, and the delivery of high-quality titanium parts for the aerospace industry.
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